The dorsal scales are arranged in 21 longitudinal rows at midbody. They hurt like hell. While one would have to be a very extreme wildlife enthusiast, to welcome being killed and eaten by a tiger in the course of going about one’s business: I cannot but feel sad about the current situation. So, if the enemy searches inside these backpacks, they would be bitten. I should have guessed - on TV shows when I was a kid, the western US was full of deadly creatures. Everyone “knew” scorpions, black widow spiders, tarantulas and rattle snakes were all instant death machines. Now, it's bad enough to be burdened with the knowledge of such a creature, much less to have … Absolutely goddamn right! In addition, some number of bite/sting victims were allergic and died due to anaphylaxis, for which there also was no effective treatment until recently. From here. *. Korean tiger is supposedly making a comeback, Studies indicated only 25-50 snakebite incidents occurred annually in US forces. Pre-antibiotics, the open sore from such bites was, alone, an invitation to death by sepsis. That’s interesting, because I had always heard tales of the deadly “two step” snakes. Scorpion stings are not pleasant, a black widow bite can make you so sick that you hope for death, but generally you won’t die from either. He succumbed in about 28 hours: It is gathered that tigers in Vietnam are nowadays in a bad way, compared with in the days of the war. People have varying levels of sensitivity to venom and there were no genuinely effective treatments until relatively recently. Snake pits or Viper trap. Common names include Asian palm pit vipers, Asian lanceheads and Asian lance-headed vipers. Weirdly, if you’d asked me before I looked it up, I’d have thought that Russell’s Viper would’ve been the big killer and that the King Cobra, like the Spectacled Cobra, (Naja naja) would’ve only been found in India and Sri Lanka. Soldiers from rattlesnake infested areas in the United States harbored little fear of these reptiles but were deathly afraid of the "bamboo vipers" of Vietnam. As a popular way to avoid American reconnaissance was to dig bunkers underground, I wonder just how bad a problem snakes were for the NVA and VC? 69).*. That mostly hold true in the United States were there is only one medically significant scorpion and that only barely makes it over the border - mostly it is an issue in Arizona. How did these creatures ever get that reputation? Props to Australia - they have none of those deadly species :D. …The most common venomous bite was from the arboreal white-lipped bamboo viper …*.
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