snake venom

Indeed, honey badgers are frequently unwelcomed visitors to livestock pens and apiaries. And so it is not uncommon to find honey badgers poisoned or captured in steel-jawed traps.
A snake’s venom is meant to help kill their prey, but scientists are figuring out how to use the deadly toxins to save lives.
In a new study that examined 27 cases of people bitten by the mulga snake, researchers found that seven of the victims were
Venom in the animal kingdom often is used for hunting -- it slows down prey, changes its scent for easier tracking, and essentially
"Basically, a single drop of this venom (from a Russell's viper) is dripped onto a petri dish of blood, and in seconds the
A good chunk of those beautifully printed, fully legible prescriptions never make it to the drug store to be converted into actual pills.