Venomous Snakes
Venomous snakes are species of the suborder Serpentes that produce venom. . Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Black mamba
black mamba is found in almost all of Africa and the snake bite snake in Africa is responsible for the most deaths. It is the fastest moving snake on earth, the speed of 20 kilometers per hour can follow their prey. When it is threatened constantly by 10 12 times bites and poison the human body leaves in 400 ml. This fast acting poison is neuro toxic. Only 1 mg of Black Mamba venom is enough to kill a human being. Mamba bite the mans eyes is darkness ahead. On the part of the body where it is harvested, it is exceedingly sharp pain. Ranging from 15 minutes to 3 hours after cutting inside the human dies. To become anti Venin no human being could not survive the cut. These snakes are found in Africa so much that after reaching the hospital, the patient is given an antidote for snake ago.

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