non-poisonous


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Adj.1.non-poisonous - not producing poison
atoxic, nontoxic - not producing or resulting from poison
2.non-poisonous - safe to eat
comestible, eatable, edible - suitable for use as food
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non-poisonous

[ˌnɒnˈpɔɪznəs] ADJ [substance] → no tóxico, atóxico; [snake] → no venenoso
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Learn about a wide variety of poisonous, non-poisonous, and endangered species of snakes, lizards, vipers and pythons, including the desert monitor, false-horned viper and Oman carpet viper, and many others.
Around 25% of all cases of snake bites presented to us were non-poisonous and were discharged after the mandatory period of observation, and were managed with supportive measures alone, and only confirmed cases of poisonous snake bites were included in the analysis.
Thabet claims he has been training the snake, which is from a non-poisonous species, to savour tea, soft drinks, water, juice and other liquids.
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Yamani said the treatment is safe and non-poisonous as it uses low energy levels and frequency fields.
Over the past couple of days, the soldiers have already been practicing with ties, dolls and non-poisonous snakes.
They are non-poisonous and eat small by constriction.
The scientists also use molecular biology tools to compare the genomes of spiders that have extremely noxious venoms, including the black widow and the brown recluse, to those of spiders with non-poisonous venoms, such as the house spider.
The use of snakes was not endorsed by the department and was not part of its self-development module, he said, adding that the snakes used were non-poisonous.
The first patient of the day is a non-poisonous snake with 'mouth-rot' -- a potentially lethal mouth infection that would lead to pneumonia if left untreated.
A reptile expert captured the non-poisonous reptile and placed it in a special container in which it will be kept under quarantine and undergo a check-up.
However, he urged people not to kill the snakes because they were non-poisonous.