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tiger snake

a highly venomous brown-and-yellow elapid snake, Notechis scutatus, of Australia
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Dr Michael Guinea, Charles Darwin University honorary fellow, told ABC News sea snakes are "equally poisonous if not more poisonous as things such as our tiger snakes and western brown [snakes]".
An Australian man escaped a deadly attack by a tiger snake that had crawled up his pants. A video, which was posted by China Gibson of New South Wales, Australia, shows the snake sticking out its tail of the man's pants. 
Tiger snake bites are frequently associated with neurologic (LMN) signs [71-74, 77-79, 82].
BARR, "Clinical features therapy and epidemiology of tiger snake bite in dogs and cats," Australian Veterinary Journal, vol.
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.
We present the first two reported cases of this complication in confirmed common tiger snake (Notechis scutatus) envenomation and discuss thrombotic microangiopathy associated snake envenomation.
One of them was a 12-year-old boy who was bitten by a tiger snake near Alexandra in Victoria in December 1878:
Living with Tiger Snakes: School Community Industry Partnerships in Science (SCIps).
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.
As body size and pattern do not contribute taxonomic markers in this group, it has been proposed that all Tiger snakes should be considered part of a single widespread but variable species (3).
The creatures included four tiger snakes, three pythons, rare rock knobbed-tail geckos, sandstone leaf-tail geckos and thick-tailed geckos.