The World’s Most Dangerous Snakes from The World’s Most Dangerous Snakes

The World’s Most Dangerous Snakes


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The World’s Most Dangerous Snakes

The CDC estimates that 7,000 to 8,000 people per year receive venomous snake bites in the United States. Five of those people die and the number of deaths would be much higher if people did not seek medical care.

Snakes are found throughout the world except in Iceland, Antarctica, Ireland, New Zealand and Greenland. You can find them in tropical regions, according to Defenders of Wildlife. They flick their tongues to smell the air and usually hibernate during the winter months.

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Some of symptoms associated with a snake bite include swelling, redness, severe pain, nausea, increased sweating and disturbed vision.

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