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- How to Identify the Non-Poisonous and Poisonous Snake?
- List of dangerous snakes
- Poisonous and Non-Poisonous Snakes | Zoology
Neural network-based species identification in venom-interacted cases in India. India is home to a number of venomous species. Every year in harvesting season, a large number of productive citizens are envenomed by such species. For efficient medical management of the victims, identification of the aggressor species as well as assessment of the envenomation degree is necessary. Species identification is generally based on the visual description by the victim or a witness and is therefore quite likely to be erroneous.
How to Identify the Non-Poisonous and Poisonous Snake?
Of the 3, snake species, there are around venomous snake species in the world. This is an overview of the snakes that pose a significant health risk to humans, through snakebites or other physical trauma. The varieties of snakes that most often cause serious snakebites depend on the region of the world. In Africa, the most dangerous species include black mambas , puff adders , and carpet vipers. In the Middle East the species of greatest concern are carpet vipers and elapids ; in Central and South America, Bothrops including the terciopelo or fer-de-lance and Crotalus rattlesnakes are of greatest concern. In South Asia, it has historically been believed that Indian cobras , common kraits , Russell's viper and carpet vipers were the most dangerous species; however other snakes may also cause significant problems in this area of the world.
List of dangerous snakes
Snake bite is a well-known occupational hazard amongst farmers, plantation workers, and other outdoor workers and results in much morbidity and mortality throughout the world. This occupational hazard is no more an issue restricted to a particular part of the world; it has become a global issue. Accurate statistics of the incidence of snakebite and its morbidity and mortality throughout the world does not exist; however, it is certain to be higher than what is reported. This is because even today most of the victims initially approach traditional healers for treatment and many are not even registered in the hospital. Hence, registering such patients is an important goal if we are to have accurate statistics and reduce the morbidity and mortality due to snakebite. The same guidelines may be applied for managing snakebite patients in other parts of the world also, since no other professional body has come up with any other evidence-based guidelines. Venomous animals account for much morbidity and mortality.
Some species of nonpoisonous snakes occur throughout several states, but the majority have only limited ranges. Nonpoisonous. Poisonous. Fig. 2.
Poisonous and Non-Poisonous Snakes | Zoology
Non-poisonous snakes are usually not brightly coloured, but pythons, common sand boa, red sand boa, anaconda, wart snakes Acrochordus granulatus etc. Tail is tapering and long except burrowing snakes. In Typlopidae and Leptotyphlopidae the tail is short and stumpy. In Uropeltidae the tail is very short and rough.
The following nine points will help you to identify the difference between non-poisonous and poisonous snakes. If the belly scales are not broad enough to extend right across it, it is a non-poisonous snake. If small scales or shields are present on the head and a pit lies between the eye and the nostril, it is poisonous and a pit-viper.
Snake , suborder Serpentes , also called serpent , any of more than 3, species of reptiles distinguished by their limbless condition and greatly elongated body and tail.