Because the poison, technically called venom, is stored in special glands in the snakes head. There is no poison in the body of the snake. Additionally, snake venom is usually only toxic if it enters the blood.
the poison tooth of a snake is called a thrike.
How the Snake Got Poison by Zora Neale Hurston
Any poisonous snake has poison regardless of sex.
Not enough supplies,no cures for snake poison,and no personal hygiene. Not enough supplies,no cure for snake poison,and no personal hygiene.
There is no poison in the bite of a garden snake. This snake is actually known as the garter snake and is considered to be very helpful in controlling rodents and bugs in gardens.
The poison of the cobra snake is white.
Yes, snakes aren't immune to poison. They are like you and me.
Snakes are immune to their own poison
it has hygic poison
By the snake?
All species of venomous snake inject their poison through their fangs, which are actually like hollow needles.
yes cause if any snake that is nonvenomous then they could die of a snakebite
that's called milking the snake
Depending on the poison it would likely kill the snake as well. The most common rat poison being floride in quantities large enough to kill a rat would as well kill a snake.
A thirteenth of their poison is deadlier than the world's most poisonous snake.
To date, the only known natural predator of poison arrow frogs is a snake known as Liophis (Leimadophis epinephelus). This snake has developed resistance to the frogs' poison.
It is called Venom
they are a snake but the have a lot of poison