Snake bites compared in Slow Mo: Spectacled Cobra vs Saw Scaled Viper | BBC EarthFeb 27, 2020
cobracommunists of india for
cobras the cobra is the iconic indian
snakefeared and revered even worshiped throughout the subcontinent its bite can release a powerful neurotoxic venom that causes paralysis and, if left untreated, death, although not it's as lethal as russell's
viperrom believes the indian
spectacledcobra can account for up to 30% of
snakebite deaths up to 15,000 per year it's coming out it's out now so they consider the guy to be basically a small cobra a female probably laid her eggs during the season so she's not really very fat right now because she knows she just got rid of all her eggs and then she says man you twisted it up and you got your Cobra Cobras are very common throughout India, so why are there fewer deaths than the less common Russell's Viper?
Ron hopes the high-speed camera will provide some answers, those of us who had a lot of experience with Cobras have often said that the Cobra doesn't hit Rath with its mouth open. he boxes he punches you with his mouth closed he basically wants you to go away he doesn't want to make contact he doesn't seem to want to bite and that's what's extremely surprising when you see these pictures it's clear from Ron's experiment that for this Cobra bite it's a last resort, it seems that this snake offers us every opportunity to avoid being bitten in contrast to the Cobra with its clear warning to stay away it is the snake you don't see which presents the greatest danger thousands of rural Indians are at risk of biting their arms and hands as they gather grass or firewood and it is to this group that the next snape roams poses the greatest danger does not try to escape like Russell's adder or mock charge Like the Cobra this snake means business.
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snake bites compared in slow mo spectacled cobra vs saw scaled viper bbc earth...
Scaled Viper like biter is second to none. Rome estimates that it causes around 5,000 deaths each year, many of which are children possessing perhaps the fastest attack of any snake. The candidate for rum's high-speed snake lab, unlike any of the other snakes, is sauce. Kill Viper when this guy attacks. He strikes to bite every time he strikes with his mouth open as the fangs extend and make contact like many
vipers. It's a pit. An effective camouflaged ambush predator, it is common in much of India, although it is most active at night, basking in the early morning sun.
The sun often puts you in contact with people when it comes to snake
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