Are all crocodiles poisonous?
Not all are poisonous
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The below list includes some of the most dangerous spiders to humans. 1) Brazilian Wandering Spider 2) Sydney Funnel Web Spider 3) Widow Spiders (including the Black and Brown Widows) 4) Sand Spiders (mainly, the Six Eyed Sand Spider) 5) Recluse Spiders (including the Brown Recluse) 6) …Hobo Spiders 7) Redback Spiders 8) Mouse Spiders 9) Bird Spider (A type of Tarantula found in China) (MORE)
the adaptations of a crocodile are that they have a more shaped v Snout , to catch prey , they are more aggressive thanalligators.
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All scorpions are poisonous, although not all scorpion poisons are harmful to humans. . No in fact they are quite friendly, you can hold them in your hand and pet them.
There are 800 species of poisonous snakes in the world and that is too many to list here, so click on the website below for some of them. A great site for snake pictures and info is available in the related link. NC has 37 species of snakes and only 6 are venomous.
No. Some can make you mini, grow a bit bigger in size, turn you into a giant, give you an extra life, or make you speed past everyone else.
Pit vipers ( Crotalinae ) are so named because of their characteristic loreal pits, organs on each side of their head between nostril and eye, which act as heat-detectors. They are venomous and should, like all snakes, be treated with respect and commonsense. Always assume any snake to be potent…ially venomous; leave it alone. Most snakebite victims are bitten when attempting to catch, kill, or in some way handle the snake. It is dangerous to decide a snake is non-venomous, or to act upon information which suggests a venomous snake is 'not very' poisonous, and therefore to treat it casually. Even experienced handlers, scientists, and other experts can get it wrong when it comes to identification, but those expert in dealing with snakes certainly know enough to be certain that one can never be entirely certain! There is no need to become paranoid about snakes; the incident of human snakebite victims is comparatively low; snakes will go quickly in the opposite direction when sensing the approach of something as large and heavy as a human. (MORE)
To humans? No. In fact, most are not. 'Poisonous' is a term usually understood to mean harmful or even deadly to humans. Most spiders simply aren't dangerous to people. All spiders have some kind of venom, in order to disable their prey. But most spiders have venom that is either medically ha…rmless to humans, or they inject so little of it that they cannot be considered 'poisonous'. (MORE)
No. The only poisonous watersnake in North America is thecottonmouth, otherwise known as the water moccasin. Ok. Not only are cottonmouths not poisonous, they are also nowherenear the only venomous snake in North America. There are lots andlots of venomous snakes in North America. To answer the ask:… no,water snakes are not poisonous and they are not venomouseither. Edit from Drake Tinker: The north American cottonmouth or water moccasin IS poisonous. Thesnake is a semi-aquatic pit viper usually found near streams andslow-moving water locations, the snake is able to swim quite well,though and has managed to colonize many small islands along thesouth eastern coast of the United States and the Gulf of Mexico byswimming to the nearby islands. They are not generally deadly, but because their venom iscytotoxic(meaning it destroys cells) which destroys tissue, theyare a risk. An envenomed bite could cause severe tissue destructionwhich will leave large scars, and can sometimes require amputation- but that is rare. The venom does NOT contain neurotoxin like mostAmerican pit vipers, which reduces their deadliness. When threatened or stressed, they usually coil themselves up withthe head in the center of the coil, and display an open mouth whichis very white, and how they got the name 'cottonmouth'. The tip ofthe tail will also often shake, even though they have no rattles tomake noise. Young snakes are banded much like rattlesnakes, but asthey age the bands darken, eventually becoming very hard to see,except near the edges of the snakes' belly. It should be noted thatyounger poisonous snakes generally have a much more potent venomand are also more likely to bite and use venom when attacking. (MORE)
Crocs are Carnivores, not Herbivores. . They would prefer a hamburger rather than a salad.
Anything - in sufficient quantity - will poison us. I suppose some acids are weak enough to be digestible without noticeable harm.
you could died all kinds of poison so the stupid that dont know here is the answer In theory yes, if you took enough. For example- alcohol is technically a poison, but it wont kill you unless recklassly consumed. The black widow spider produces a poison that, if you were to get bitten by on…e, it could kill you depending on how well your body could cope and how much she injected. (MORE)
A Sea Crate is a type of sea snake. All Sea snakes are generally venomous. The Katuali, If I am not mistaken is a the sea crate that is highly venomous. Only recently have they started studying this type of sea snake. check out Dr. Bryan Fry's program on animal planet
it depends on which one, most are not poisonous, although many have an intriguing look to ward predators from attacking.
lol no it really matters where you live. The ones in Oregon are not poisinous however the ones mosty in Florida are. =] ! .________.
No, many are not. Solifugae are not, nor are mites or ticks. Many spiders and scorpions inject venom, but not all do.
No and if they are not all of them are deadly. no, but some frogs, (mostly blue or red ones) are.
Platypuses are not poisonous at all, but adult males have venomous spurs on their ankles. Female platypuses do not have venom, but they are born with spurs. These spurs fall off by the time the young female is about a year old.
We don't necessarily consider the croc to have a toxic bite, or, for those who eat them, toxic flesh. These largest of the living reptiles are dangerous enough without venom or poisonous parts.
They wait for insects to eat to come by, and maybe for a chance tobreed with another frog. And they try to keep away from any animalthat might want to have a go at eating them.
Some snakes fangs can be poisonous. They have a small hole in their fangs that then can release a portion of poison after they have bitten you. It is best that you stay away from snakes. If you do come up to one, grab it by it's neck because it is unable to bite you then. Not sure what your questi…on means...... There are countless sources of poison. Plants, animals including reptiles, insects, fish, spiders. Synthetic and organic. The farming industry continues to use and create thousands of insecticides year after year from a chrysanthemum called pyrethrum. Snakes and spiders possess a dangerous list of poisons categorized by hemotoxins (anticoagulant and super-coagulant) and neurotoxins. At this point there an unknown number as poisons are invented and created faster than anyone can count. (MORE)
no only salties or salt water crocodiles can swim for a very long time without coming up
No, not all snakes that are born live poisonous. Some of them live non poisonous, and some actually do live poisonous.
It was really really bad. Many young souls died at sea. Hundreds of crocodiles swarmed at the Indian nation along the Nile. There were several survivors... Neither have arms or legs.
The simple answer is no. The more complex answer is, maybe. Recent work with snakes has shown that most if not all Colubrid snakes produce a mild venom that is mixed in with their saliva. Many Natricine snakes were already known to produce a mild venom as well. As work continues with more snake spe…cies it may be shown that many more, if not all produce some sort of venom, but that venom is harmless to humans. (MORE)
Both the alligator and the crocodile have a pair of extra long teeth in their lower jaws. The alligator has two pits in his upper ,jaw, and when he closes his mouth the long, lower teeth fit right into these pits, out of sight. The long, lower teeth of the crocodile fit into grooves on the outside o…f his upper Jaw. He cannot hide them, and when his mouth is closed they add that secret smile to his bumpy face. (MORE)
No, not all people are allergic to it, I used to get it, now I can rub it all over myself and won't get it at all.
No, venomous snakes are not necessarily poisonous. A poison issomething that makes you ill or kills you if you consume it. Avenom is something that kills you or makes you ill if you areinjected with it. People routinely eat venomous snakes with no illaffects.
Under my recent research done in cairo, egypt, i have discovered that indeed the poison in toads is potent enough to kill even the largest of crocodiles. This venomous posion can even kill a T-REX! trust me, im a doctor
Not all of 'em. Let's have one good example, the spores of death cap mushroom ( Amanita Phalloides) will consume you fast yet some of them should be cultivated to enhance our lives with quality. Like any species of the genus Psylocibe. \m/
no, not all spiders have poison if so than more people would die from spider bites.
Not all look the same but all have extremely sharp teeth since they don't chew (they rip apart and swallow whole). They have tough dense scales and tiny legs. Not all are green either.
No they r not poisonous you dumbo thats so rediculous OMG wow your dumb good luck :D
Yes in fact all scorpions are poisonous, all scorpions, even young/infant scorpions inject the same amount of venom and the same type of venom.
Depends on if a certain species' immune system is able to break down the poison before it can harm the species. Super-toxins are believed to be able to kill ANYTHING.
All Out is a specific type of mosquito repellent that works in avaporizer. It is poisonous to the insects, but can be safelyinhaled by humans.
Not all. Some such as poison dart frogs do but not all frogs are poisonous.
In Tanzania, it is widely known that a crocodile bile is a poison.After killing a crocodile, they bury its bile in front ofwitnesses. In January of 2015, there was an incident in Mozambique where 72people were killed by beer contaminated with crocodile bile. Therewere 35 more hospitalized.
They have body lengths of5 to 7m. Weigh between 400 to 700 k gs. Grey or brown in color and they a broad heavy set body with a large head. There jaws are strong and they have short strong limps
Toothpaste is only dangerous when swallowed. The pea-sized amount is recommended for small children as they may accidently swallow the toothpaste and the small amount would prevent anything bad happening to them. Otherwise, toothpaste that contains fluoride is vital for helping to strengthen your te…eth. The more dangerous is fluoridated water. (MORE)
Every single spider is venomous. They need venom to help breakdown the organs in their prey. Some are quite more potent then others. For example a jumping spider and a black widow. A jumping spider bites you no harm will be done. But if a black widow gets ahold of you, that can cause immediate damag…e. Not all snakes are poisonous. Some use venom to easily kill prey and to defend itself. Others bite and wrap around the prey to attempt to strangle and break bones An easy way to tell if a snake is poisonous is by looking the slant of the eyes. Round is not venomous, but if it has that evil slant watch your feet. (MORE)
NO,crocodiles are not heloderms to have poison glands underneath their teeth,they only use their brude power to take down their prey besides they need to use their long jaws which has a bite force of 3000-4000 pounds/inch2 this power should not go in vain.Sometimes the bite force increases so much t…hat the snapping of the crocs jaws can cost them to loose their tooth,however they have next teeth waiting just below. They have around 60 teeth,since they mostly live in water they kill their prey by dragging & draining deep in the water,this won't effect the croc as it can be under water for an hour. (MORE)
Venom is a neurotoxin . It breaks down organic tissues. it will have varying damage, depending on potency.
No. Organophosphate pesticides kill insects not humans because humanscan break them down. But other organophosphate poisons called nervegases kill both insects and humans. This same effect is true for many other poisons, some organisms canbreak them down while others can't. Bacteria and some plants …are killed by antibiotics that damage cellwalls. But animals and fungi are unaffected by antibiotics as theircells lack cell walls. (MORE)
Bee stings inject a toxin or venom called apitoxin, which is abitter colourless liquid. Bee venom causes local inflammation andacts as an anticoagulant. It is not a poison.
Jelly fish are an amazing species. They kind of remind me of snakes but like flying. And shaky. They do not all have poison. but some do. If they sting you, you are going to feel it. It wont feel pretty either. Don't let that stop you from being you. I know you wanna be a famous surfer one day and y…ou can be. Just buck up and get out there. Say "Hello jelly fish" and you'll achieve your destiny. (MORE)
Technically, no snake is poisonous. However, some snakes arevenomous. Only about 1 out of every 4 species of snake is venomous.
Only some species of rhododendron may be considered as toxic (but approx. 1 000 species are known).
Probably not dinosaurs, since they were unknown during the "dragon-creation" period. Actually, dragons can resemble a great many animals, real and fanciful, inculding camels, harpy eagles, hippotamuses, serpents, toads (!) and carp. Mostly, though, dragons are creatures of the imagination.
The most deadliest snake in the world, by some scientists score, is the coral snake. Although it is a small snake, its venom is horribly potent and can cause death within an hour.