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How to Identify a Venomous Snake By Its Bite  You’re camping and need to start a fire, so you go looking for wood. You pick up a branch and feel a sharp pain in your hand. A snake slithers away into tall grass.  You won’t always be able to identify the type of snake that bit you.

How to Identify a Venomous Snake By Its Bite

How to Identify a Venomous Snake By Its Bite You’re camping and need to start a fire, so you go looking for wood. You pick up a branch and feel a sharp pain in your hand. A snake slithers away into tall grass. You won’t always be able to identify the type of snake that bit you.

Make salt dough snakes!  Even little kids can roll them out, and bigger ones enjoy painting them to look like specific types of snakes.

Salt Dough Snake Craft

Make salt dough snakes! Even little kids can roll them out, and bigger ones enjoy painting them to look like specific types of snakes.

I have the labret, I want to either turn it into a triangle or add Dahlia bites

Different Body Piercings You Need To Know

How to cook snake: Rattlesnakes are not hard to prepare.  You can use the same techniques for cooking other types of snakes; just the taste may be different.

How to cook snake: Rattlesnakes are not hard to prepare. You can use the same techniques for cooking other types of snakes; just the taste may be different.

monocled cobra | Monocled Cobra showing monacle marking (photo courtesy of Wolfgang ...

Monocled Cobra

monocled cobra | Monocled Cobra showing monacle marking (photo courtesy of Wolfgang ...

Snake Facts & Types of Snakes

Snake Facts & Types of Snakes

There are more than species of snakes in the world and there is at least one type of snake on every continent except Antarctica.

Dragon: 4 legs, 2 wings.Wyvern: 2 legs, 2 wings.Drake: 4 legs, flightless.Wyrms: long snake like body with no appendages, can also appear as a traditional Chinese dragon with 4. Legs and no wings yet can fly.Amphithere: 0 legs 2 wings, can be feathered.Lindwurms: 2 legs, 0 wings, long body.Luck dragon: 4 legs, no wings, can fly, long body, furry with dog like face.Komodo dragon: 4 legs, no wings, real.Bearded dragon: 4 legs, 0 wings, often kept as pets

Dragon: 4 legs, 2 wings.Wyvern: 2 legs, 2 wings.Drake: 4 legs, flightless.Wyrms: long snake like body with no appendages, can also appear as a traditional Chinese dragon with 4. Legs and no wings yet can fly.Amphithere: 0 legs 2 wings, can be feathered.Lindwurms: 2 legs, 0 wings, long body.Luck dragon: 4 legs, no wings, can fly, long body, furry with dog like face.Komodo dragon: 4 legs, no wings, real.Bearded dragon: 4 legs, 0 wings, often kept as pets

Nice infographic on the annual cost of owning a pet, breaks it down into all types of pets from large dogs to snakes.

Nice infographic on the annual cost of owning a pet, breaks it down into all types of pets from large dogs to snakes.

The beautiful, extremely poisonous African Bush Viper. This has to be a tiny dragon (of the wyrm body type) and either is hiding its wings in some fashion or they haven’t grown yet. You cannot convince me otherwise.

The beautiful, extremely poisonous African Bush Viper. This has to be a tiny dragon (of the wyrm body type) and either is hiding its wings in some fashion or they haven’t grown yet. You cannot convince me otherwise.