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Rattlesnake venom contains a toxin that creates rapid swelling, pain and bleeding at the bite site and another toxin that damages blood vessels.
Rattlesnake venom is considered to be toxic and can lead to swelling, paralysis and numbness at the point of the bite, causing damage to the tissue.
Genes in the PLA2 family are one of the main sources of toxic proteins in rattlesnake venom.
to acquire the 160mw Rattlesnake Wind Project located in McCulloch County, Texas, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 19, 2016-Chinese Wind Tubine Maker Goldwind to Acquire Rattlesnake Wind Project in Texas
We spent 2 y (2011-2012) using fixed videography to monitor free-ranging northern Pacific rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus) behavior.
I think the post speaks for itself but, what he said was he would rather invite a rattlesnake into his home than an ISIS jihadist terrorist.
Given these ecological, behavioral, and physiological consequences, the decision of where to shed becomes particularly important for a rattlesnake.
Ninety-nine percent of the snakes that bite them are pit vipers, whose Crotalidae family includes Copperheads, Cottonmouths (Water Moccasins), and more than a dozen species of rattlesnake.
Told from a boy's viewpoint, the story depicts a desert rattlesnake who follows him home from his day in the desert and applies for family adoption.
the "Company") announces today that it intends to undertake a spinout transaction ("Plan of Arrangement") to reorganize its share capital to create a new public company, Rattlesnake Mining Corp.
As I checked the camera, I told Clay that a pretty rattlesnake was close to me.