Recognition of venomous Snakes
In the United States, roughly 7,000 people are bitten by a venomous snake each year. On average, only about six people died as a result of the bite. Serious harm, including the mutilation of a body part, is more common. With the basic knowledge about the nature, size and some features of snake a person can easily get to know about its nature. A venomous snake can be easily found by watching at its head from above, it will look like a diamond shape and have fangs in the large white area called sheath.