World's Deadliest Snakes Ranked Alternative Titles: - 10 Deadliest Snakes In The World - A Ranking of The 10 Most Venomous Snakes In The World - 10 Most Venomous Snakes In The World Ranked - These 10 Deadliest Snakes In The World Are The Stuff Of Your Nightmares -Top 10 Deadliest Snakes In The Planet. You Should See #4! Keywords: Most venomous snakes in the world Metadata: Around 25% of the snakes' total population are classified to be venomous. Featured Photo: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4b/Crotalus_cerastes_mesquite_springs_CA.JPG/1280px-Crotalus_cerastes_mesquite_springs_CA.JPG -------- Snakes are probably the most feared animals in the world, and there's no judgment in that because snakes
National Geographic states that “Over 375 shark species have been identified, but only about a dozen are considered particularly dangerous. Three species are responsible for most human attacks: great white (Carcharodon carcharias), tiger (Galeocerdo Cuvier), and bull (Carcharhinus leucas) sharks”. Almost every recorded attack happened because of the shark’s curiosity, misidentification and plain human stupidity. During a shark breeding season, the
2.1 Snakebite epidemiology Alirol E. et al. stated that, the actual burden of snakebites remains controversial although there are many attempts in various parts of the world to find out the actual cases and deaths due to snakebite. According to WHO in India more than 200000 incidences of snakebites occur per year and moreover 35000 to 50000 deaths due to snakebites Gaitonde B.B. et al. (1980) noted that in Maharashtra has the maximum numbers of snakebites, upto 70 bites per one lakh people and deaths are about 2.4 per lakh people /year).
Snakebite is a fascinating, yet neglected public health problem resulting in life threatening medical emergencies (WHO, 2010; Kanchan et al., 2012; Kasturiratne et al., 2008). According to World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, around 35,000 - 50,000 people die due to snakebite each year in India. Worldwide about 6000 species of snakes observed out of which 600 are venomous. In India, 52 amongst the 216 species of snakes are venomous, of which Indian cobra (Naja naja naja), Common krait (Bungarus caeruleus), Russell’s viper (Doboia russelii russelii) and Saw-scaled viper (Echis carinatus) are medically significant (R. Whitekar 2006; Brunda et al., 2006; WHO, 2010; WHO, 2005). Fatalities and severe disabilities due to snake bite can be
The consumption of these plastics can affect the entire food chain, poisoning the jellyfish who eat them, the fish who prey upon them, their prey, and so on. For example, the Midway Atoll, an atoll in the North Pacific Ocean, receives 20 tons of the Patch’s trash annually, and because of this the majority of the Albatross sea birds that inhabit the atoll have plastic in their digestive system, which causes around ⅓ of their chicks to die,
Annual tolls because of sharks are much less than deaths resulted in meetings with crocodiles, tigers or elephants. Last two representatives of the huge terrestrial fauna kill around 100 people each year, while sharks have around five victims on their account. Meanwhile, tigers and elephants already had law protection, when the documentary was created, while sharks were treated as a source of valuable product (their fins) and a monster that should be killed before it would get an opportunity to attack. Numbers, mentioned by the film, created the impression the situation is totally unfair. As if officials today will forget about their efforts against the ivory black-market
Majority of the patients had Moderate to Severe envenomation (91.45%) .Most of the cases occurred during the month of July to December (50.46%). Most of the bites were during the night time and on the lower limbs (80.24%) . Based on the symptoms, signs, and laboratory parameters, We attempted to identify the species of the snake and found viper as the most common species identified in 51.22 % of the cases [Table 1]. Hemotoxic (Defined as whole blood clotting time >20 mins ,Prolongation of PT, INR, and APTT, Reversal of envenomation considered with normalization of PT, INR, and APTT) Envenomation observed in 58 (70.73%) cases and neurotoxic nature of envenomation were observed in 20 (24.39%) cases and whreas 4 (4.87%) cases had both hemotoxic and neurotoxic
INTRODUCTION According to the statistics from the Responsible Exotic Animal Ownership (REXANO), AZA zoos and sanctuaries accounted for 60% of human fatalities. The average human deaths were 1.2 every year and caused by several types of animal, including big cats, elephants, killer whales and exotic canines. Association of Zoos and Aquariums, which is simply symbolized as AZA, is a private group accrediting big city zoos such as the Hong Kong Ocean Park and very expensive to join. CAUSES OF THE WILDLIFE ACCIDENTS There are several reasons accounting for the wildlife accidents. 1.
Up to a half of all homicides are a result of the evil backroom killer – a killer which claims the lives of 100 women each year and holds hostage many more. These are the frightful statistics for domestic violence – a taboo crime, which occurs behind closed doors, and is never discussed as those it affects fear being deemed as weak or feeble. Domestic Violence is a widespread problem which has deep roots. Thousands upon thousands of women and children suffer mental and physical attacks in the form of threats, bullying, bashing and harassment. Yet, through various reasons, these victims are prevented from breaking the silence on which this repugnant form of violence thrives.
The hippopotamus, or waterway horse, has adjusted to life in the streams and pools of Africa spending up to 16 hours a day submerged. The essential risk of the hippopotamus is unregulated chasing for their meat and ivory. In spite of investing a lot of their energy in the water with just the highest point of their head obvious, the hippo is still an objective for seekers shoe frequently pay a huge number of dollars to murder them. The Black Rhino has stood out as truly newsworthy this year after the Dallas Safari Club sold a grant to execute one of the main assessed 5,000 left in nature. Somewhere around 1970 and 1992, 96 percent of the dark rhino populace was slaughtered for their horns, abandoning them with a basically imperiled status.