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King Cobra The most famous and most feared one snake in India. The King Cobra is a large and powerful snake. King Cobras skin is either olive-green, tan, or black and it has faint, pale yellow cross bands down the length of the body. The belly is cream or pale yellow, and the scales are smooth. People treat King Cobra as God in India :

King Cobra The most famous and most feared one snake in India. The King Cobra is a large and powerful snake. King Cobras skin is either olive-green, tan, or black and it has faint, pale yellow cross bands down the length of the body. The belly is cream or pale yellow, and the scales are smooth. People treat King Cobra as God in India

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Indian Krait Indian Kraits are covered in smooth glossy scales that are arranged in bold striped patterns of alternating black and light-collared areas. Found in most of the India. These are also called as Bungers. These species contain neurotoxin venom that is 16 times more powerful than cobra venom. Krait venom is extremely powerful and quickly induces muscle paralysis. Clinically, their venom contains mostly pre-synaptic neurotoxin. It affect the ability of nerve endings to properly release the chemical that sends the message to the next nerve.

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Russell's Viper Head of the Russell's Viper is flattened, triangular also distinct from the neck. The snout of the Viper is blunt, raised and rounded. The supranasal has a strong crescent shape and separates the nasal from the nasorostral anteriorly. Most considarable thing about this snake is the ammount of Venoum Produced by it. The symptoms of the bite are pain at the site of the bite, immediately followed by swelling of the affected extremity. Also bleeding is a common symptom, especially from the gums, and sputum may show signs of blood within 20 minutes post-bite. There is a drop in blood pressure and the heart rate falls

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