libutron: “ Desert Death Adder - Acanthophis pyrrhus Acanthophis pyrrhus (Elapidae) is a venomous adder native to Australia. As the species name suggests, pyrrhus means ‘flame-colored’, this snake has a bright reddish-brown coloration. Although venom.
The Copperhead, a pit viper, widespread throughout the United States, is responsible for most of the venomous bites. Copperhead bites are painful, but rarely pose a serious threat to human life. The Copperhead typically ranges from Massachusetts to Nebras
rhamphotheca: “ The stunningly beautiful Russell’s Viper (Daboia russelli) is the snake credited with the most bites and human deaths each year. Despite its shy and retiring nature preferring to blend.