Listen to the EMERGENCY RADIO SHOW NOW! Just got the following via email yesterday from USARK ALERT: DEADLINE Public Comment Amphibian Listing! DEADLINE Thursday December 16, 2010 The deadline for the USFWS public comment period regarding the the listing of ALL Amphibians on the Injurious Wildlife list of the Lacey Act is NEXT Thursday at […]
Whether you’re moving into an apartment to save money or if you’re already living in an apartment and have decided to acquire a new pet this is an undertaking which can be somewhat overwhelming. There is such a large selection of pets, both in pet stores and shelters that it can be difficult to decide which pet to choose.
As I stated earlier in my Venom overview piece there is a large difference between Venom and Poison. This is a fact which the reporter failed to look into as they state “poisonous species of amphibians and reptiles inhabiting Bulgaria” and “Sofia presents the most interesting poisonous snakes.” There are NO poisonous snakes never have been and most likely never will. They then make a statement referring to data regarding the lethal dose for humans. For those who are unaware this is typically attributed to what is known as the LD50 study which means exactly this. A toxin is given to a certain amount of lab animals typically mice when it comes to snake venom. When enough toxin is injected to cause a 50% death rate you get the LD50 result.