Tuesday, 04 May 2021
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   How to identify:

External signs by which one could immediately recognize a poisonous snake and easily distinguish it from a non-venomous one, in most cases, are absent.

The cardinal differences between them are the presence of 2 poisonous teeth in poisonous snakes, longer than all the others. Inside them or on their surface there are channels for the drainage of poison, which open outward.

     What are harmful:

     A venomous snake bite immediately causes a sharp, burning pain that builds up. At the site of the bite, bruising and swelling quickly develop, and red stripes soon appear along the lymphatic vessels. Almost simultaneously with this, general symptoms of poisoning develop: dry mouth, thirst, drowsiness, vomiting, diarrhea.

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Sunday, 06 June 2021

Pest Traps Team

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