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Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West

At Dong Tam Snake Farm (Chau Thanh District, Tien Giang), in addition to the “giant” king cobras, the red-tailed, dry vipers wrapped around the si trees also make many people weak-hearted. horripilation.

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Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West
Hundreds of dry snakes lying on the sycamore tree in Dong Tam Snake Farm make anyone look terrified.
Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West
The snake is a non-venomous species.
Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West
The snake has an elongated appearance. This snake is non-venomous, gentle and timid.
Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West
The red-tailed viper is green, hiding in the trees and grass. This is a poisonous snake and the only one in the world that gives birth. After giving birth, the mother snake will die.
Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West
Mai Thai Hien, a guide of Dong Tam Snake Farm, said that red-tailed vipers are the obsession of people in the Mekong Delta. Every year, hundreds of people are bitten by this snake. “Red-tailed vipers usually live in trees. The head of the red-tailed green species is large, triangular in shape. People bitten by a red-tailed viper can bleed…”, Hien said, and said that the food of the red-tailed viper is toads, frogs, birds, and mice.
Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West
The red-tailed viper has a maximum weight of only about 300g, a maximum length of less than 1m. This snake has extremely poisonous venom, causing death if not promptly taken first aid measures.
Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West
Rattlesnake – a non-venomous viper
Thousands of snakes densely wrapped in trees in the West
According to Ms. Hien, rattlesnakes belong to the family of water snakes, they live in bushes and trees; the food is frogs, frogs… “Snake-billed viper, also known as arrow-and-rocket viper. This is a healthy, non-venomous snake. This snake has no red tail – this is what distinguishes it from the red-tailed viper,” said Hien.
Thousands of snakes are densely wrapped in trees in the West
The dry, red-tailed snakes… are raised in the lake area with water about 30-40cm deep; The walls in this area are built as high as an adult’s chest. In the middle of the lake is an islet planted with some low canopy trees.

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