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Species Acanthophis antarcticus Acanthophis praelongus Acanthophis pyrrhus Acanthophis hawkei Acanthophis wellsei Acanthophis rugosus Acanthophis laevis Acanthophis is a genus of highly venomous elapid snakes. ... Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is the sixth-largest country in the world, the only country to occupy an entire continent, and the largest in the region of Australasia/Oceania. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Binomial name Linnaeus, 1766 Synonyms Boa contortrix - Linnaeus, 1766 Scytale contortrix - Sonnini & Latreille, 1801 Scytale Cupreus - Rafinesque, 1818 Scytale cupreus - Say, 1819 Tisiphone cuprea - Fitzinger, 1826 [Cenchris] marmorata - F. Boie, 1827 Acontias atro-fuscus - Troost, 1836 [Toxicophis atro-fuscus] - Troost, 1836 T[rigonocephalus]. cenchris - Schlegel, 1837 Trigonocephalus Contortrix - Holbrook, 1838... {{Taxobox[[{| class=wikitable |- ]]</nowiki>]] --> </gallery> |} |}]]| [[Image:[[Media:Failed to parse (unknown error): == <nowiki>#REDIRECT [[<sup><small>[ == == == [[Image:[[Image:[[Media:[[Media:#REDIRECT [[#REDIRECT [[#REDIRECT [[ ---- ---- <math><math><math>[[Media:[[Media: == == == == == == [[[[[[color = pink]]]]]] == == == == == ==]]]] </math></math>]]]]]]]]]]]]]] == == ==]]]</nowiki> ==</math>]]]] | name = Crotalinae | image = TimberRattler. ... North American redirects here. ... Binomial name Heterodon platirhinos Latreille, 1801 The Eastern Hognose Snake (Heterodon platirhinos) is a species of colubrid snake. ... Subfamilies Boodontinae Calamariinae Colubrinae Dipsadinae Homalopsinae Natricinae Pareatinae Psammophiinae Pseudoxenodontinae Pseudoxyrhophiinae Xenodermatinae Xenodontinae See text for genera. ...

Fictional characters

Death Adder (real name Roland Burroughs), a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe, was one of the original members of the Serpent Society. ... This article is about the comic book company. ...


  1. ^ a b Wright AH, Wright AA. 1957. Handbook of Snakes. Comstock Publishing Associates. (7th printing, 1985). 1105 pp. ISBN 0-8014-0463-0.

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death adder snake venoms and snakebites (839 words)
Death adder venom does not contain potent procoagulants (toxins in venom that interfere with blood clotting, causing consumption of the clotting protein, fibrinogen; this causes defibrination, with non-clottable blood, putting victims at risk of major bleeding).
Death adder venom does contain myotoxins that theoretically could cause myolysis (rhabdomyolysis, muscle damage), but there is no evidence this occurs in humans bitten by these snakes.
Death adder venom causes generally minor local effects at the snakebite site, such as mild swelling and pain and does not contain necrotoxins, and local tissue necrosis does not occur.
Death adder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (693 words)
The death adders are a group of three or five species of snakes native to the Australian continent.
A bite from a death adder causes paralysis.
Although the death adder appears to be a viper, of the Viperidae family, it is really a member of the Elapidae family, being more closely related to cobras, mambas, and coral snakes.
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