tiger snake

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Related to tiger snake: Eastern Tiger Snake, Black tiger snake
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Synonyms for tiger snake

highly venomous brown-and-yellow snake of Australia and Tasmania

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She was treated with two vials of tiger snake antivenom intravenously approximately three hours post-bite and was transferred to the intensive care unit.
A 46-year-old man with a past medical history of smoking and hypertension was bitten while handling his pet tiger snake.
He had two vials of tiger snake antivenom approximately four hours post-bite.
Between 1893 and 1897 Martin investigated the venom of the common black snake (Pseudechis porphyriacus) and the mainland tiger snake (Notechis scutatus), convincingly demonstrating that the properties of both venoms differed considerably from those used by Calmette.
5 milligrams of tiger snake venom, administered subcutaneously in saline.
Morgan, director of CSL, they released a tiger snake antivenene in 1930, although it was another two years before the serum was being produced 'upon a routine basis'.
Throughout Australia, many snakes make up the Tiger snake group, including N.
About 50% of Tiger snake bites result in significant envenoming and prior to antivenom therapy there was a mortality of 45% (1).
We were interested in the clinical features and antivenom use in patients with significant Tiger snake envenoming.
Narrated by David Attenborough, this fascinating programme shows how the tiger snake could soon be extinct.
Butler H, Malone B and Clemann N (2005b) The effects of translocation on the spatial ecology of tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus) in a suburban landscape.
From a herpetologist's point of view, it's Australia, not Africa, that has the majority of the world's most dangerous snakes, but nobody asks me about tiger snakes or king browns or tai pans.
Pythons are non-venomous, but some of the most deadly snakes in the world also exist in Australia, including brown snakes, copperheads, death adders, red-bellied black snakes, Taipan snakes, and tiger snakes, none of which I would feel quite as comfortable with around my neck.
Growth in captive born tiger snakes (Notechis ater serventyi) from Chappell Island: Implications for field and laboratory studies.
The creatures included four tiger snakes, three pythons, rare rock knobbed-tail geckos, sandstone leaf-tail geckos and thick-tailed geckos.