The snake from the Australian park has broken a record of virulence. It’s about the snake of Whiplash. Scientists have calculated that in one of its bites contains more than three grams of poison, which is enough to kill more than 100 people, writes The Daily Mail.
The reptile can reach two and a half meters in length, in one its bite the amount of poison is twice as large as that of other taipans.
Daniel Ramsey, the head of the Australian reptile park, notes that this kind of snake is dangerous because of its unpredictability and sudden aggression… (read more)
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