The Viper (Russell’s Viper) is another deadly snake. What makes it more dangerous than other types of snakes, it grows in open fields and dense areas, or places where people live. This snake is common in India, Thailand, and Burma.
It accounts for 90% of deaths from venomous snake bites in Myanmar. Some of the effects of its venomous snake bite include extensive bleeding, necrosis, swelling, pain, and vomiting.
It can cause heart, breathing, or kidney failure. Unfortunately, Russell’s viper does not have a fixed antivenom, depending on the snake there. It has a half lethal dose of 0.03.