The Malayan Pit Viper, attains an average total length of 76 cm (30 in), with females being slightly longer than males. Occasionally, they may grow as long as 91 cm (36 in). They are commonly found in farms, plantations, orchards and forests, where they feed on mice and rats.This species has a reputation for being bad-tempered and quick to strike. In northern Malaysia it is responsible for some 700 incidents of snakebites annually with a mortality rate of about 2 percent. Remarkably sedentary, it has often been found in the same spot several hours after an incident involving humans. Its venom causes severe pain and local swelling and sometimes tissue necrosis, but deaths are not common. Unfortunately many victims are left with dysfunctional or amputated limbs due to the lack of antivenom and early treatment.
Decided to finally post something other than our snakes!🐍what better way than to introduce our newest child, Reyna!👑🐶she is an all black, West Germany Working Line German Shepherd. She loves peanut butter, biting everything, and is extremely intelligent.💙🖤Expect to see a lot more of her!😍
I have been having #weird#dreams when you are sleeping you are most commonly to get attack in the spirt that's why you have to #pray before you go to sleep and ask God to protect you in the spirtual realm because we are open to attacks and the evil spirts witches and warlocks know this so they use it to their #advantage . .
((((Behold, I come quickly: hold that fast which thou hast, that no man take thy #crown .)))) #Luke 10:19
Behold, I give unto you power to #tread on #serpents and #scorpions , and over all the #power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means #hurt you