pit viper has many enemies.
falcon, eagle, peacock.
Larger snakes and predators
road runner, honey bager, black egle
probaly big birds like hawks
This is an old technique that no longer is recommended. The best thing to do is to get to the ER as quickly as possible. Keep the victim calm as you transport them. Anti-venom is the the best remedy if you are in the US. If you are in Australia, the best method is to apply a pressure bandage, not a tourniquet because most vipers down south have short fangs and inject their venom into the lymphatic system as opposed to vipers in the US that use neurotoxins. African and European vipers also use neurotoxins, so antivenom is the best cure. its a yes or no answer now, yes or no?
The pit in the middle of the macula is called the fovea. The fovea is responsible for high resolution vision.
Squeeze the pit gently, like a pimple. Some discharge will come out - usually quite smelly. Sometimes using a tissue helps, as it's not as sharp as using fingernails. Being gentle is a must! Too much squeezing can cause bruising or infection. Depending on how much discharge your pit collects, squeezing twice a week should be ok.
In South and Central America, big cats and pit vipers eat opossums.
hawks eat wagler pit vipers
Yes, pit vipers do have rattles. Also, similarly to rattlesnakes, pit vipers have two organs that can sense radiation around them.
There are many types of viper snakes found all around the world. They are divided into two groups; pit vipers and true vipers. Pit vipers have pit organs between their eyes and nostrils while true vipers have no pit organs.
Yes, they are.
They have a pit on each side of their heads.
Pit vipers can be almost any color - red, yellow, brown, green, black, etc. depending on species.
the amazon jungles
Reptile Wild - 2001 Pit Vipers Pioneer Crocs was released on: USA: 2002
The trans-Pecos copperhead lives in parts of the Chihuahuan Desert.