Wednesday, April 13, 2011

How a poisonus snake bites

Have you ever wondered how a poisonous snake bites?A poisonous snake carries it’s venom in two poison sacs.The sacs are next to the two upper jaws. The two sacs are also next to the snakes teeth we call fangs. The two fangs are connected to the two sacs.The poison runs from the sacs to the two fangs.The poison runs in the middle. The moment the snake bites, the poison is forced through the flesh into the body. You'd better watch out!

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