Keywords of this word: Snake


BROWN SNAKE

Dictionary of Tropical Medicine

A poisonous snake found on the mainland of Australia. It belongs to the family Elapidae and is extremely venomous, having a potent neurotoxin.... Dictionary of Tropical Medicine

RATTLESNAKE ROOT

Protection, Money ...

SEA SNAKES

Dictionary of Tropical Medicine

Marine, air breathing reptiles with a potent neurotoxic and myotoxic venom responsible for many deaths world-wide - although there are no documented deaths in Australia. They are usually found close to shore, or on coral reefs. They are easily distinguished from land snakes by their wide, flattened tail which is used for swimming, and from eels by their lack of gills. Fortunately, despite having a potent venom, when they bite they inject venom in only some 20% of cases.... Dictionary of Tropical Medicine

SNAKE-BITE

Medical Dictionary

See BITES AND STINGS.... Medical Dictionary

SNAKEROOT

Luck Money...

SNAKEROOT/BLACK

Love, Lust, Money...