Saturday, November 19, 2011

What Snakes That Mostly Love to Attack Women

Anatomy of a snake. 1 esophagus, 2 trachea, 3 ...

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The title sounds like a million dollar question and will challenge your analysis. To answer it you should read the whole clue starting from summary down to article body. The snake is fangless. Its size is depending on its mood & sub-species. If treated with right respect and love it could become a wonderful pet. What is it?

The snake is usually found in darkened bedrooms but also has been known to appear in the most usual and unusual places such as hotels bedrooms, toilet rooms, bathrooms, parks, malls and other imaginable places. 

The snake attacks mostly on women than men resulting in an inconspicuous bump and then a severe swelling followed by the excruciating pain for many months but the attack are not really fatal. 

There are various types of vaccine available for women. However, if the venom injected into the body only drastic measures will ensure a complete recovery. And there are no antidotes have been found yet for men.

If you were attacked with this snake, do not apply a tourniquet. The venom is too deep in the body. Cutting the wound is also not necessary and not effective since the bleeding will stop after a few days but sucking the wound is the most popular method.

Because the venom has many uses as medicament – you are advice not to kill the snake when you caught it. You can start milking the snake by your left-hand or right-hand. First place your fingers around the neck of the reptile with the thumb in the front. Grip it firmly and then slowly move the hand in an upwards and downwards motion to faster pace. This will result the snake to become highly aggressive and to start spitting. And the snake will become harmless for about 20 minutes to an hour.

The snake although it is very aggressive and active is not necessarily a vermin. If treated with right respect and love it could become a wonderful pet. It is called _____________. Your answer please…  

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