What is Saw-scaled viper snake?
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Antagonist of fibrinogen binding to the GPlIb/lIla receptor cute coronary syndrome Saw Scaled Viper Snake Price is per Gram The is a 25% of all orders above the minimum quantity order(gram) Minimum Order Quantity is 4 Gram N.B Certificate of origin available on request at $50.00 per certificate. Liquid forms also available, The Viperidae (vipers) are a family of venomous snakes found in most parts of the world, with the exception of Antarctica, Australia, Hawaii, Madagascar, New Zealand, various other isolated islands, and north of the Arctic Circle. All have relatively long, hinged fangs that permit deep penetration and injection of snake venom. Four subfamilies are currently recognized. They are also known as viperids.
The evolutionary history of venomous snakes can be traced back to as far as 25 million years ago. Snake venom is actually modified saliva used for prey immobilization and self-defense and is usually delivered through highly specialized teeth, hollow fangs, directly into the bloodstream or tissue of the target. Evidence has recently been presented for the toxicofera hypothesis, but venom was present (in small amounts) in the ancestors of all snakes (as well as several lizard families) as “toxic saliva” and evolved to extremes in those snake families normally classified as venomous by parallel evolution.