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A Stone Age Approach to Exercise

A Stone Age Approach to Exercise

A Stone Age Approach to Exercise

The taipan is an aggressive hunter, moving at speed through grasslands with ease. On
finding its prey by scent, the reptile flings itself at the victim and inflicts several rapid bites. Like
most other venomous snakes, the taipan uses its venom sparingly. As they don’t regard man as
prey, they have been known to strike and bite without releasing any venom at all, leading to no
adverse effects.
Although the taipan is the deadliest Australian snake, few snakes can match the sinister
reputation of the eastern tiger snake (notechis scutatis). However, recent observations indicate that
their ferocity and aggressiveness are not as bad as once thought and that actually they are fairly
timid. There are different types of tiger snake found in Australia but they are all highly poisonous
and should be avoided. Until recently tiger snakes held the record for the most snakebite fatalities
(now overtaken by the eastern brown snake).
The body of the tiger snake has cross bands of yellow or cream on a background of grey,
green or brown and this is what gives them their name. They have a heavy build and can grow up
to 1.8 metres. In the wild they are mainly a swamp dwelling species and are often found around
waterways. Their habitat is now threatened by the clearing of such areas for development. They
have been known, though, to climb into surrounding vegetation to a height of about 1 metre. They
mainly feed on frogs and mice as adults but will take the odd bird or lizard.
Another highly dangerous Australian snake is the copperhead (austrelaps superbus).
Although it is non-aggressive, if provoked it raises its forebody from the ground and flattens its
neck, angry and hissing, ready to strike. Like all other Australian poisonous snakes it is an elapid,
which means it has a neurotoxic venom. This venom mainly attacks the nerves of the body, but it
also contains blood destroying properties. The poison from elapids is generally very dangerous to
humans and the copperhead is no exception having very potent venom.

 

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