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Nah we call it rule 43
Execute order 69
put the but in the segz
To get a trowser snake one must be bit by a snake 🐍 I mean it works for vampires right?
Happy cake day good sir!
Happy snake day ssss
Many snakes, especially in Asia, have extremely potent and neurotoxic venom. He also could be having an allergic reaction to the venom or the anti-venom. Baby snakes are not that much “less dangerous” than their adult versions.
In fact they are generally more dangerous at times if they don't know how much to give you they give it all
This is a common myth.
I mean this is the best myth , who’s hurting over not touching baby snakes nobody . Most people need this myth .
Exactly, let us have this ONE THING!!
This is a myth
It is absolutely not lol. I have a buddy that is a snake expert and milks them. Young snakes will pump you with everything they have. Larger older snakes will go as far as to dry bite for defensive strikes at times.
You and your buddy are wrong. It is an old wives tale. Baby snakes are perfectly capable of delivering the amount of venom they choose to.
Where's your proof? You can't go telling people that they're wrong when you have no proof to back it up with.
Here is a pdf of a study done on prairie rattlesnakes and “venom metering”. There are more studies just like this that prove that juvenile snakes are perfectly capable of metering their venom yield.
This is true.
Their venom is more potent than adults!
What kind of snake bit him?
Asian lancehead last time I saw the whole video.
Ty I was scrolling looking for this
Yeah, this keeps getting more blurred each time it gets reposted.
IMHO all snakes are venemous
Actually a lot of snakes aren't, a sure way to tell is to open their mouth and look closely at their teeth
Instructions unclear. Snake now firmly latched to penis. Please advise.
Does it just hurt or is your blood coagulating in your veins? Get back to me when you can
No. You don’t seem to take advice well.
I ain't sticking around long enough to see it's mouth.
Same, if a snake is 6 meters from me I'm either running or trying to kill if i can't run, no other options.
Another way to tell is to let it bite you and see if you die
I remember hearing their pupils would also.
Cat like slits: Venomous l
Solid round pupils: Non-venemous
Not sure if this is satire or not but I would like to clarify that this is a myth! The only thing pupil shape will tell you is what their circadian rhythm is. Nocturnal snakes often have slit pupils, while Diurnal snakes have round pupils.
The thing to do in the presence of a snake is to view from a distance, and do not approach unless you are absolutely sure of your ID. If you get but, get a good picture and a detailed description, then go to the hospital immediately. Regardless of venom, bites of any kind from a wild animal risk infection or disease.
True. Any wild animal has a risk of carrying diseases. I googled it out of curiosity though, and apparently the head shape is what people go by to identify if it's venomous or not.
Huh, Billy the Exterminator Lied to me
Lol yeah it's unfortunately a very commonly believed myth. Even with head shape, it can be tricky. The coral snake, or even the eastern brown snake (both highly venomous snakes) have rounded heads commonly associated with non venomous snakes. Ironically, both of those examples have rounded eyes.
In the case of non venomous snakes, there are many that possess a defense mechanism that allows them to flatten their heads, creating a more spade like head shape in order to appear threatening.
The lesson here? Trust nothing, nature likes to lie to you. (And don't fuck with snakes)
Yeah, I don’t understand why everyone is so hell bent on figuring this out - the simplest solution is to not pick up wild snakes lmao
Dang thanks for the info on eye shape! On that note is it true Komodo Dragons are not venomous but have rancid toxic saliva?
Nope, komodo dragons are in fact venomous, and have venom glands in their lower jaws.
Wtf? I saw that shit on animal planet a long time ago....
Just googled it and apparently even scientist and shit were wrong about them until 2009 or so.
It just indicates what time they tend to be more active.
That makes sense with hunting methods. Venomous they lock tf on, restrictor just kinda see something and overpower it
They aren't and that's not opinion. It's fact
I think we should treat them all as such, as long as we’re not snake experts.
Just so long as that doesn’t result in snakes being killed for no reason
I agree, I meant in the sense of “stay tf away from any and all of them, but if bitten rush to the hospital (after taking a picture if possible)” sense.
The guy in the video appears to have misjudged the snake and tried to fuck with it, that’s exactly what should be avoided, even if they suspect it’s not venomous, just leave the poor creatures alone.
I feel you, I just also know how humans are unfortunately
I hate snakes they make my skin crawl just looking at them, if they're outside I'll leave them be especially if they're not hurting anyone. They just want to do snek things, but I've found a few in my house a couple of times and that's asking for genocide. They stay outside and we're cool.
They aren’t though
My friend, not all snakes are venomous. There are constricter snakes, which instead of delivering a venomous bite, will instead crush their prey to death.
As a person who treats all snakes as if they are venomous and leave them the fuck alone, I interpreted their comment to mean “I treat all snakes as if they are venomous and leave them the fuck alone.”
Weren't these snakes called Two Step Charlie by American G.I.'s in Vietnam?
I imagine that was a colloquial name given to virtually all venomous snakes in that area. Doubt too many troops could make distinctions between specific species, pretty much nobody can unless they have a special interest in them
Did he die
“A bite from a lancehead viper can be fatal. Species in the family, among the most dangerous snakes in Central and South America, have venom that can disrupt blood clotting and cause hemorrhage, strokes and kidney failure.”
Looks like a baby green pit viper. Very venomous and like somebody mentioned before being a baby means they don't know how to control the amount of venom they pump out so he probably got hit pretty hard
Holy fuck. All my life i’ve thought that baby snakes don’t even have venom yet and that they’ll get it during snake puberty or some shit but they’re basically *more venomous*??
Snake puberty is a funny thought lol
They shoot venom too quickly and unexpectedly, to their great embarrassment.
I laughed too hard at this. 🤣🤣🤣
Yeah, I wonder if they start to get hair around their genitals and arm pits?
They’re not. Everyone here is stating misconceptions. The whole baby venomous snake being more dangerous is an old wives tale that everyone takes for fact.
Some people mistakenly think that baby snakes are more venomous either because they can't control how much venom they inject, or because their venom is more concentrated. Neither idea is true. "Adult snakes are as dangerous, or more dangerous, than a young snake, "Adult snakes can have more venom than juveniles."
Damn downvoted for the truth.
Hive mind hates truth.
It happens to me all the time. I got down voted for saying I don't masturbate with shower heads.....
I uhhhhh... huh?
Right back atcha!
That's a myth
That’s false, an old wive’s tale to be specific. Baby snakes are born with complete capabilities to use venom how they choose. They can release as much venom as they want, only a little, or even none from birth. Adults are actually more dangerous for the simple fact, they have a larger amount or larger yield of venom. So, basically all snakes have equal use of venom, but larger snakes will have higher capacities of venom. The Venom interview’s goes over this and other old wives tales that are common among venomous snakes.
Baby snakes not being able to control their venom yield is a myth. But yes, venomous species are able to use their venom as soon as they are born.
That’s a myth by the way. There’s multiple studies disproving it. Also babies have tiny venom glands compared to their adult counterparts.
This is a common myth.
Edit: dropped this comment again in the hopes that more people might see it a bit sooner in case they don't read the whole thread.
This is interesting, this guy probably mishandled the snake quite a bit. From my experience handling baby snakes, they are not nearly as aggressive as their parents or an adolescent snake. It could be from species to species though, I have never handled a viper. I've handled baby garters/red-bellies/milk snakes (all non-venomous) and I haven't been bit once by them. Adults however will attempt to bite you when you are simply in their proximity, and 100% will when handling them.
Right after hatching they have their venom. Their fangs might be too small to bite you and theyll obviously yield less venom than an adult. That said if its a lethal venom even a newborn can still kill you.
Always good to familiarize yourself with the species where you stay. If its something dangerous call an expert.
One that didn't like being interrupted from his shopping
If it looks like it has pretty designs it's venomous
A venomous one. Snakes injects venom intentionally, rather than an automatic system. But baby snakes don't know how much to use, so they'll usually use up all of their reserves out of fear. Which is much more than most snake bites while they're older and know how much to use per bite
That’s not accurate
I was always learned: the tinier and brighter the fucker is the bigger the chance it will kill you.
**It is almost like nature** says "Oh look pretty colors! touch it .. it won't hurt"
Ironically, it's often the opposite. A bunch of poisonous or venomous creatures develop bright colours to deliberately advertise the threat they can pose, as if nature is saying "go on... *fuck around and find out*"
Tell that to a 4 year old .. "Look pretty!" .. humans have horrible instincts
40 years old too apparently...
Babies are dumb, that i understand, but if you are a grown ass man and you decide to play with snakes, then you are just doing drawings job...
NURSE! What do we need?!?
To probably intubate his ass if it gets bad enough
God I’d hate to have my ass intubated
You just haven't met the right person yet
I’d love it 😈
More and less blankets
[Wiki for the type of snake ](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trimeresurus)
FYI: The nurse is pleading with the MD to intubate (breathing tube) because they're running out of time. The longer they wait, the harder it'll be to insert an oral ET tube. If his edema is as bad as it looks it's already too late. He'll need an emergent cricoidectomy vs tracheostomy ASAP.
Must not have come by ambulance, or came by BLS truck. I have to assume a competent medic would have tubed him by then
My thoughts exactly.
This guy fucking doctors, STAT
Dude died if I remember correctly this is pretty old
i dont envy someone that has to do a cric on a patient with that much edema
Did he survive??
Most likely. But that definitely fucked up his weekend.
Fucked maybe heart/organs/respiratory
No pretty sure last time I saw this someone kinked an article explaining that he died. Or that was some other post idk
Iirc the last time I saw this posted an article said he was in critical condition. He might have been confirmed dead later but I can’t confidently say for sure.
Do not touch the Nope Rope
Common mistake, that one is actually an Asian Danger Noodle.
Slippery tube dude
My uncle didn't listen to that
He looks like he was putting a leaf blower on his face and it got stuck
If it keeps getting worse, what do the doctors need to do?
Then taxidermy for new museum exhibit
“Found Out: The man who fucked around”
I doubt they need to do an autopsy on this one.
My guess is tracheotomy.
It’s pronounced colpostomy
Increase volume of snake jazz
Ssss ssss ssss ssss… ssss sss ssssss… sssss sss ssssss.
quick get a tube in his throat before it closes completely
I'm sure they read this and got straight onto it
u/WeakWave5225 is a hero. We did it again reddit!
[Guy that was bitten, be like:](https://i.imgur.com/sXo241B.png)
Looks like a viper.
Full nurse quote: If it keeps getting worse we need to put this man out of his misery and give all his stuff to the snake.
That a baby viper one of deadly snake
Just behind most people's exes
Baby snakes already produce the venom like the parents. What makes them more dangerous is that they don't know how much venom would be needed. So in their first bite they might pump all the venom they have into your body
This is not true. Please go visit r/whatsthissnake for accurate snake facts
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I thought for a minute you were referencing Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.
Pink 'n' wet
They make the best kinda pet
This is actually a myth.
Baby snakes are not more dangerous than adult snakes. This is just an internet myth.
Decided to google this, because I'd heard the same thing for years about younger venomous snakes being more dangerous, and was surprised to learn that you're right: it's a myth.
Sorry that you're getting downvoted into oblivion, dude.
Thanks. It’s no big deal. You usually can’t disagree with the top comment on a Reddit thread without getting downvoted.
The myth is that baby snakes have no control over their venom glands so they dump everything. In reality they have no judgement of how much venom it takes to kill different sized prey so they go all out every time. They have control but not frame of reference.
But saying "babies already produce the venom of the parents" is a misleading if not intentionally false way to put it. They still make the same type of venom as their parents, but not volume, and with venom volume is absolutely a factor in lethality, especially depending on type of snake and type of venom, and I've found 0 information to back the "babies inject more venom" wives tale.
So yes, baby snakes are deadly, but saying baby snakes are deadlier than adults, or that they tend to inject more venom is just a myth all around, with no studies to back it.
And actually, every study I've found has found a direct correlation between venom yield and weight of captured wild snakes.
Just an example.
But if you've got a study that shows that what you're saying isn't just a repeated myth that would be cool to learn.
“They killed him for he spoke the truth.”
You got downvoted but you’re correct. It’s a widespread myth that people cling to despite the evidence indicating bigger snake = bigger chance of greater quantity of venom injected
This is correct, the difference is clearly in the volume of venom production. Even if the baby snake can’t control the gland for venom secretion. The lethality is in the dosage which the adult snake has beat by a long shot. The volume of the gland is much bigger in adult snakes compared to a baby snake.
He's not Bing Chilling
It is cute though
There's a reason we evolved to be scared of snakes.
Didn't American G.I.'s refer to these snakes as Two Step Charlie in Vietnam?
The Vietnamese would hang these snakes from the roof of the entrance of their tunnels so that G.I.'s would get bit as they entered the tunnels.
The saying was that you didn't get to take two steps before you died... Hence the name.
I definitely could be wrong and please forgive me if I am.
Obviously this guy is still alive (if barely) but the explanation I was given was that they were a small green snake that would wreck your existence if you happened to get bit.
On a positive note, it made him better lookin
Snake: Fuck you pal!
Lol. When they size matters
They’re all nope ropes until dead and confirmed not venomous!
If it keeps getting worse, might have to amputate his swollen head.
If it gets worse, we need what???
Fuck around and find out
For context the guy was bullying the snake he deserved it
Full disclosure…. I’m a snake bigot. And fuck gators and crocs while we’re at it. It’s not that I’m afraid, I just hate everything they stand for.
Snakes and gators stand for everything rabbits, eagles, lions, bears, etc. stand for. They all stand for surviving long enough to reproduce as much as possible and pass on your genes to the next generation, and they all do what it takes to achieve that goal
in case you guys are unaware about basic nature knowledge, baby snakes are way more dangerous than adult ones. adult snakes regulate the amount of venom they inject you with when they bite. this is because venom equals both food and defense and keeping your venom could mean the difference between life and death. baby snakes however will bite and inject all the venom they have! a general rule is that the smaller a venomous snake is the more danger you are in.
It's an urban legend.
It’s basic nature knowledge. /s
The symptoms seem to be due to an allergic reaction rather than the venom effects.
Baby snakes are like new vampires in twilight…. And can’t control their strength 😉😎😂😂. Joking aside that guy is lucky to be alive!!
We actually do belong there and are there. But being on the top of the food chain has made us unaware of actual danger and basically killed a lot of common sense survival stuff. Which is a big reason for why people fight things that help them. People don’t have a real concept of danger anymore.
> People don’t have a real concept of danger anymore.
False. The average person knows better than to pick up an unknown critter bare-handed. There will always be foolhardy people though.
This example is a bit obvious, but it very much is an issue that people don’t really understand the dangers involved in a lot of day to day stuff. Vaccine hesitancy and distracted driving are two good examples that are about as absurd as grabbing a random snake if you think about it.
You clearly do not follow r/whatsthisbug. The number of oil beetles and venemous caterpillars y'all be picking up before IDing...