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Blood stream ekata athul unoth wisa athi..
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Snake venoms contain a variety of peptide toxins, including proteases, which hydrolyze protein peptide bonds, nucleases, which hydrolyze the phosphodiester bonds of DNA, and neurotoxins, which disable signalling in the nervous system.
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Snake venoms contain a variety of peptide toxins, including proteases, which hydrolyze protein peptide bonds, nucleases, which hydrolyze the phosphodiester bonds of DNA, and neurotoxins, which disable signalling in the nervous system.

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06-26-2018, 08:51 PM

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Blood stream ekata athul unoth wisa athi..

wenna ati neda man danneth na a gana hariyatama
venom glad ekaka thama thiyenne wisa


Why doesn’t the venom affect the snake?
Other than breaking it down in their digestion tract, snakes have adapted these glands to prevent any undue exposure to their own venom, there is a low level of exposure (Nature isn’t perfect, after all). This has led most researchers to believe that as snakes evolved, they developed antibodies to protect themselves from their own particular blend of venom. Research has shown that snakes of the same species often do not use their venomous attacks when fighting for territory or mates. This may be explained because the snakes know that their venom won’t necessarily provide an advantage in the fight, so they conserve it and use their brute strength to win.

However, snakes do not have antibodies for ALL types of venom, and there are hundreds of different venomous snake species in the world. Also, some venomous snakes eat non-venomous snakes, who are definitely affected by their toxic bite.

Furthermore, some snakes are susceptible to large concentrations of their own venom, as they’ve only developed tolerance to handle a low level of exposure. Therefore, if certain snakes bite their own tail, mistaking it for prey, and injecting a full dose of venom, the quick-acting venom could damage the musculature or cause low levels of necrosis. There is a relatively low chance of the snake dying, but definitive research is lacking in this field, given the ethical and logistical complications of researching snake fights to the death.

Snakes appear to be expert managers of their internal toxin levels, crafty about who they pick fights with, and reliant on the protein breakdown powers of their stomach, all of which keep them protected from their own venom and the venom of most other snakes.

They’re formidable and fascinating creatures, to say the least. It takes a pretty confident creature to spend its life with deadly sacs of poison stored right behind its eyes!nd its eyes!

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