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  • Zoe Mattler

    Wow! This snake could just stun it's prey with its beauty!

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Habu Viper (Protobothrops mucrosquamatus) is a venomous pit viper species endemic to Asia. It is the most fearless of the common venomous snakes in Taiwan and can be aggressive, attacking shadows and moving objects. The bite leaves obvious marks on the victims; the venom contains hemorrhagic toxins, and the wound often swells with bruises and bloody blisters. Especially in the countryside, even the smallest medical facility carries habu antivenom.