Since all reptiles are a protected species, they cannot be eliminated, but non-bloody or preventive removal techniques can be adopted to prevent reptiles from invading the environments we want to protect: we at Ecopiakos use products with high effect repellent It is rare to find snakes in Italy. If this happens, it will typically be between July and September, their period of maximum activity. Snakes live in gardens only if they have large areas not frequented by humans. In a garden, in all likelihood, snakes will only be seen in passing.
The most common snakes in Italy are: viper, little worm, adder, colubro). There are many varieties of snakes in the world, more or less dangerous. Fortunately, snakes in Italy are shy and do not like to infest populated environments. The meeting with snakes in our country can take place in wooded places, if they are inadvertently disturbed, or if they are on hot stones in a resting situation. There are many varieties of snakes, more or less dangerous in the world. Fortunately, snakes in Italy are shy and do not like to infest populated environments. The meeting with snakes in our country can take place in wooded places, if they are inadvertently disturbed, or if they are on hot stones in a resting situation. However, there are other very dangerous species of snakes in the world. One of the most dangerous snakes is the black mamba due to its highly toxic venom. Fortunately, the black mamba is not among the species of snakes widespread in Italy.
Reptile Habitats - Moorland or pasture nature reserves, abandoned quarries, vast plots of municipal gardens, large abandoned urban areas or sunny embankments of roads or railways covered with shrubs and bushes.
The viper bite generally affects the upper and lower limbs but also more delicate parts such as the neck and head. Starting from the principle that the poison is necessary for the animal for its survival, it inoculates a minimum quantity (about 4-7%) suitable for hunting or defense. Of course the attack can be carried out multiple times and the severity of the poisoning depends on the amount of poison injected. However, many snake bites (about 20%) are "dry" ie the venom is not inoculated.LOCAL CLINICAL EFFECTS
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