Friday, November 7, 2008
Bizarre → Playing with death
We do hope this kid is alive!
Indian cobra (Naja naja) is found throughout the mainland of India (excluding the Northeast). It is also found in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh. The Indian cobra's venom contains a powerful post-synaptic neurotoxin. The venom acts on the synaptic gaps of the nerves, thereby paralyzing muscles, and possibly leading to respiratory failure or cardiac arrest. Despite its fearsome reputation, only 10% of the bites in humans result in death. Thank you for visiting CharonBoat.com! Take time to appreciate life!
|@VOICE OF SANITY. actually, the venom glands themselves can be surgically removed - there's argument as to whether this inhibits the snakes ability to digest properly or not - but it's often done with 'show' snakes. I have no idea if this true in this case, but I imagine it probably is.|
|Awesome, I hate kids|
|VOICE OF SANITY|
|I try not to comment, only view various photos for |
research and development of the human mind. I
must however comment to the particular people on
here who post the the fangs were "taken out", I am
sorry to inform you that even if you were to take
out the fangs 1 second before biting the cobra
would have between 5-7 sets waiting to come out
right behind the exposed fangs that were removed.
Ask any herpetologist or google the information.
Unfortunately, this poor child was very much being
bitten repeatedly. His body would start showing
signs very quickly with so many strikes from the
snake. Truly sad indeed.
|I applaude those parents for trying to rid of a future worthless Curry stinkin Nasty PAKI!!!|
|if i can see the fathers of this children i will kill they with a shotgun|
|No fangs arseholes|
|a proud scotish ginger named osker.|
|i cldnt be arsed watchin the vid,but going ny wot micha said they deserve 2 fuckin die.amen micha|
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