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13-year-old presenting with necrosis of the lower leg following a envenomation from a snake bite. Symptoms and signs of envenomation may be local, systemic, or a combination, depending on degree of envenomation and species of snake
Photo via juventudmedica
and this is why we don’t treat fer-de-lance bites with antibiotics.
Natalie Dormer | by Benni Valsson for the Sunday Times UK, September 2014
Here are some cool reptile facts for you!
- The world’s heaviest snake is the Green Anaconda while the Reticulated Python is the world’s longest
- Many species of Rattlesnakes are having their venom used for medical research
- A Chameleon’s tongue can be anywhere from one to one…
It’s spitting cobra o’clock.
Is this at Wrigglies, Dunstable?
If so… I was handling this Naja siamensis on Saturday!
It is indeed, I work there and my sister and brother in law own the place!