Why do snakes harm people?
Snakes generally don't harm people out of nowhere.Usually when snakes attack people it is out of self-defense and they feel endangered or threatened.Snakes usually hunt other animals and depending on their size you are not on there menu or agenda.Some larger snake may however eat you.....not kidding if they are hungry enough and large enough a snake might be desprate enough to eat you.But mos that size eat boar,deer,and other fair sized mammals
hope this was helpful sorry if it wasnt...
Many humans are afraid on snakes often to the point of hatred. In many cultures snakes are depicted as evil. Because of this, it is not uncommon for people to kill snakes on sight. In some cases people will actively hunt snakes, either to get rid of them or for their meat and skin. Many snakes become roadkill.
human beings harm animals in many ways like in the form of pets they buy them and treat them very badly for their benifit and some people who are desrtroying the forest also harm them by taking their lives.they harm the sheep by taking wool.from snakes caocodile they abtain leather and much moer and in the form of non=veg
Can poisonous snakes have their fangs removed or their poison sacks and or glands removed and render them Harmless?
Yes. Because lots of people are terribly frightened of snakes, most of the time those people kill the snakes. If you don't kill snakes, snakes could kill you, and especially the python and cobra snakes. If they strangle you, you will die. That's why it is fair to kill snakes. Answered: Wednesday, 3rd of march 2009
It all depends on the type of person you are. If you are allergic to snakes, you will probably fear them. In fact, no matter what your situation is, possibly everyone will have a fear of snakes. People who have bad dreams of snakes will fear them, people who have encountered an experience with snakes, or people who have been attacked by snakes will probably fear them, too.
Snakes (just like most other animals) won't usually harm people unless they have good reason to do so. Many people get bitten by a snake in the wild simply because they didn't see it, and maybe stepped on it. The snake's only defense is to bite ! If we stop encroaching into their natural territory - or are more aware when out walking, snake-bite 'accidents' will be greatly reduced.
Navajo people certainly can look at snakes. Historically they believed that snakes were the earthly manifestation of the "Lightning people" in the sky and related to the Thunder Spirits. There were therefore many taboos about not killing snakes, not spitting at snakes, not making faces at snakes, not stepping on snakes and so on - but no taboo about looking at snakes. Snakes regularly appear in Navajo art, including sand paintings.