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The woman who thought she was posing with a cute animal is in luck

The woman who thought she was posing with a cute animal is in luck

While visiting the museum, he realized that he was holding a dangerous snake.

An Australian woman who played with a “cute” snake while on holiday on a tropical island says she is very lucky daily Mail. Later it turned out that the poison of this species is very dangerous.

Susan Parrish In 2017, he vacationed with his partner in New Caledonia, France's Pacific department. They come across a cute looking snake on the beach and decide to stop and capture it.

Many photos were taken with the animal, and Parrish says he even accepted the reptile.

Only after visiting the museum did the woman discover that the specimen was a venomous snake, a marine krait. She shared her story on a Facebook group, warning travelers not to make the same mistake she did.

Belinda Donovan, of Australia's Seabird and Turtle Rescue, says sea snakes are generally more venomous than land species. The animal Parrish captured has 10 times more venom than a rattlesnake.

Although sea rays are not aggressive, they will attack if they feel threatened. Holding them can give them that feeling.

Sea krait venom attacks the nervous system, causing convulsions, paralysis and heart failure. Contact can be fatal to a snake because it can easily break its spine. Since their bodies are adapted to the aquatic environment, even being upside down can kill them.

Donovan advised people if they encounter a dangerous reptile to move away slowly and not to touch or pick it up.

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