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Black mamba - the kiss of death



A black mamba's venom is so lethal that even after the snake is dead, its venom can still kill you.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by LEGIONS on 3 December, 2013, 17:48
I saw another national geographic video where a park ranger was bitten and 3 hours untreated still survived ..
Comment icon #2 Posted by LEGIONS on 3 December, 2013, 18:21
Danie Peanaar perhaps at Kruegar park
Comment icon #3 Posted by Sir Smoke aLot on 3 December, 2013, 18:36
Damn i am feeling unsafe while looking this video. Good luck that boy survived, and he learned one important lesson out of this. @legions Like any substance, i wonder if this venom affect all the people in different way ( i mean, death is final outcome but time needed for poison to take over is different for everyone and in case of this boy it was a matter of minutes while older people should have more time for medical treatment alto it still depends of the victims condition, health and many more factors ) That ranger surely had good body shape and condition cuz he need that to be able to do t... [More]
Comment icon #4 Posted by LEGIONS on 3 December, 2013, 21:45
the ranger also said prior to that he had witnessed another man bitten ,who took off running and dropped dead 1500 meters later
Comment icon #5 Posted by Still Waters on 4 December, 2013, 12:10
Thank goodness for anti-venom. It must be hard living in a country with deadly snakes.


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