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->NEUROTOXIC: attacks the nervous system,and causes the victim to suffocate to death.
->SITOTOXIC: damages the tissue,causing necrosis,and the victim will die because of the serious necrosis and blood loss.
->HEMOTOXIC: damages the blood vessels,and this causes the blood to become very thin. The victim will eventually bleed to death,and this takes usually about 3-5 days.
->MIOTOXIC: is a mixture between hemotoxic and neurotoxic venom,and has the affects of both venoms.
1. Solenoglyphous Solenoglyphous fangs are long and tubular and are attached to the snake's maxillary bone. These fangs are hinged.
2. Proteroglyphous Proteroglyphous fangs are in the front of the mouth and are about three times shorter than solenoglyphous fangs. These fangs are not hinged.
3. Opisthoglyphous These are commonly known as "rear-fanged" snakes. Opisthoglyphous fangs are grooved rather than hollow and are found near the back of the maxilla, behind the normal teeth. Typically, snakes with rear fangs must chew on their prey to bring their fangs into a biting position.
4. Aglyphous This word is used to describe unmodified teeth, essentially non-fangs. All snakes, even those that possess fangs of the first three types, have aglyphous teeth which they use for gripping their prey as they manipulate it during swallowing. These snakes will often use constriction as a means of killing their prey.
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