New Delhi, People are so afraid of snakes that even if they see them on TV or in a closed cage, people get scared. Think what would happen if the same snake came right in front of a man. This is the reason why people are afraid of snakes because they can bite anyone with the help of their teeth.
Venomous snakes can kill a human in seconds. But have you ever noticed that snakes turn after biting. Have you ever tried to think why he does this? Common people often ask questions on social media site quality and only common people answer them.
About a year ago someone asked a question above – Why do snakes move around after biting someone? The question is very interesting but many people do not have an answer. As many people have answered this question, but since Uerthi is a social media site, we cannot verify the veracity of that claim. Dr. Vijay Kumar wrote- The poison of a snake is in its venom gland which is in its head.
When bitten in the leg, its venom does not fully reach the body of the person, so it has to turn. On the other hand, a person named Radhe Shyam wrote – A venomous snake has a venom packet (gland) in the upper palate of its mouth.
This gland faces upwards, two thin ducts emerge from inside the venom tooth and open like an injection needle outside the tip of the venom tooth. When a snake bites someone, it sinks its venomous teeth into the animal’s body.
But due to the upward facing of the poison gland, the poison cannot enter the person’s body. To inject venom, the snake moves and releases the venom into the body of the creature. A person named Manan Krishna said- “The structure of snake teeth is such that they are bent forward.
This is the reason why when a snake bites someone, its teeth get stuck in it. Now the snake has neither arms like us nor neck like us, so it has to make a different kind of movement to extract its teeth, which to us looks like a reversal.SS1MS