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#51 - vladhellsing
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(11/01/2013) [-]
You can usually tell by the shape of its head.
#49 - dafiltafish
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(11/01/2013) [-]
... what useful information.
#48 - xboxonerules
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(11/01/2013) [-]
I'm telling admin.
#47 - tabarzins
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(11/01/2013) [-]
"Yep lemme turn this snake over and look at it's anus to determine if it's venomous"   
Basically if the snake has a part behind it's head that's puffing out it's probably venomous.
"Yep lemme turn this snake over and look at it's anus to determine if it's venomous"
Basically if the snake has a part behind it's head that's puffing out it's probably venomous.
#66 to #47 - chriscosmo
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(11/01/2013) [-]
That picture isn't necessarily true, mainly vipers have that head to the left but there are other venomous snakes that have the structure on the right such as this, Black Mamba..
#40 - ariusbrightwing
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Inb4 flagged for ****.
#38 - pedobearRAW
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(11/01/2013) [-]
dem anal plates
dem anal plates
#36 - adunsaveme
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(11/01/2013) [-]
"dude is that snake venomous"
"i dunno look at its anus"
#30 - melontwilight
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Oh yes I'll just grab the ******* snake and inspect its ass to see if it's safe thank you.
#39 to #30 - hhanako
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(11/01/2013) [-]
you can also usually tell by it's head, most venomous snakes have a triangular head that is bigger than where it connect to the head, like this picture of a rattlesnake You need to login to view this link

this is what most non-venemous snake heads look like, the big parts on teh venemous ones are filled with venon i believe www.esf.edu/ecenter/eis/images/snakes/egarter.jpg
#31 to #30 - SumoWamm
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(11/01/2013) [-]
If you you get bit by a snake, and are unsure of what it is, you're advised to kill it and take it with you to the hospital so they know what anti-venom to administer.
#32 to #31 - melontwilight
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Yes but why risk it, why not just avoid all snakes to begin with?
#33 to #32 - SumoWamm
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Being a Boy Scout, this is what I was taught to do, because sometimes these things happen without warning. For example, If you're moving something off a trail, and a snake bites you because you disturbed it.
#34 to #33 - melontwilight
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Yea I know thing like like that can just happen when you don't expect it.
I was just making a point that if I did see a snake, I won't inspect its belly to see if it was safe or not, I would just avoid it.
#35 to #34 - SumoWamm
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(11/01/2013) [-]
This is just another way to identify whether or not a snake may be venomous. Usually you want to know this kind of stuff in the event that you're bitten.
#28 - bellbottomshark
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(11/01/2013) [-]
**bellbottomshark rolled a random image posted in comment #21 at One Piece ** Best way to tell if it is poisonous is to offer it your arm.
#50 to #28 - banhammerfortyk
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(11/01/2013) [-]
somehow that fits
#27 - canthegreat
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(11/01/2013) [-]
how about we all play it safe and stay away from snakes instead of looking at it's ass to figure out whether it's safe.
#22 - bitchitroll
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(11/01/2013) [-]
look at the eyes. round pupils and its not dangerous. cat like and it will kill you
#17 - thefortysecond
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Actually, the best way is to look at their "neck"
If they are venomous, they have a venom gland, making it puffy around their neck area
If they don't, their neck will be pretty smooth i made neck in quotations because snakes are just tails with a eyes and a mouth
#44 to #17 - zight
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(11/01/2013) [-]
ACTUALLY, the best way to tell is to let them bite you. wait for a couple of hours give or take.
#18 to #17 - mitosis
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Looks safe to me!
#19 to #18 - thefortysecond
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#20 to #19 - thefortysecond
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#41 to #20 - hhanako
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exactly. although some do have small heads that could be mistaken for a non poisonous snake, i think cobras when they don't have their hood flattened out look an awful lot like a regular friendly snake
#21 to #20 - mitosis
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(11/01/2013) [-]
What about snakes with venom glands in their jaws?
#25 to #21 - thefortysecond
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(11/01/2013) [-]
I just realized, I heard this because it applies to all snakes that live in Louisiana and Texas, the two states where I grew up
#23 to #21 - thefortysecond
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(11/01/2013) [-]
You know what's even better than trying to tell the difference, keeping the **** away
#26 to #23 - mitosis
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Hard to keep you're distance from a figgin ninja.

I'd like to guess that most snake bites are from people who didn't see the snake till it was too late
#37 to #26 - johangustav
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(11/01/2013) [-]
this is just beautiful
#24 to #23 - breezish
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(11/01/2013) [-]
You. I like you.
#15 - UlquiGrimmHime
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Good to know if I'm ever staring at a snake's ass
#13 - captainfuckitall
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(10/31/2013) [-]
Oh, that's good to know. I'm glad I'll be able to tell whether I shouldn't grab it or not as soon as I grab it and look.
#12 - marohawk
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(10/31/2013) [-]
Shut up boner.
#11 - imagnetsux
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(10/31/2013) [-]
hehehe.. anal
#10 - mankey
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(10/31/2013) [-]
Red next to Black, Venom lack,
Red next to Yellow, Kill a Fellow.
#75 to #10 - anon
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Red on yellow, kiss a fellow

Black on yellow, kill a fellow
#55 to #10 - BeaverBalls
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(11/01/2013) [-]
red on black, friend to jack

red on yellow, youre a dead fellow
#52 to #10 - Emers
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(11/01/2013) [-]
Red and black, friend of Jack. Black and yellow, not a fellow.
#29 to #10 - idoliam
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If red touches black, you're okay Jack; if red touches yellow, you're a dead fellow
#43 to #29 - hates
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Red by black, can't kill Jack. Red by yellow, kill a fellow.
#9 - analsprinkles
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(10/31/2013) [-]
so anal plate is a thing. that's cool i guess
#8 - WhatTheJesse
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(10/31/2013) [-]
I've always heard that an easy way to identify a venomous snake is to look at their eyes, or more specifically, their pupils. Venomous snakes have cat-like pupils whereas non-venomous snakes have round pupils.
#7 - akselrk ONLINE
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(10/31/2013) [-]
Get bitten in the leg.

Hey wait there you ************ i have to look at your scales!