Are There Poisonous Snakes in Italy?


In Italy, there are two main snake families that are commonly encountered. These are Colubridae and Viperidae. Most of the species in these families can be identified and differentiated by the colour patterns that they posses.
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Italy has seven species of poisonous snakes, all vipers of which the Adder, the Asp Viper, the Nose Horned Viper, are the most dangerous.
Sidewinders are small rattlesnakes that have an average body length of 30 inches; females are commonly larger than males. Sidewinders have a sandy brown coloration with a dark back
1. Look at the head. Most venomous snakes usually have triangular shaped heads. Ad. 2. Observe the colors. Some venomous snakes such as the coral snake have bright colors. 3. Look
There are none, there are venomous snakes. A few venomous snakes are western diamondback rattlesnake, garter snake (although the venom does not affect humans) hognose snake(only affects
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There are over 2,500 hundred types of snakes documented throughout the world although there may be many more. Of the 2500 documented only about 400 are poisonous ...
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