nonvenomous


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nonvenomous

(nɒnˈvɛnəməs)
adj
(of a snake, spider, etc) not venomous
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nonvenomous - not producing venom; "nonvenomous snakes"
atoxic, nontoxic - not producing or resulting from poison
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com/news/2013/08/130806-african-rock-python-snakes-canada-killed-boys-world/) African rock python is a nonvenomous snake typically found in South Africa.
Royal pythons are nonvenomous constrictors which feed on prey including birds, small mammals and other reptiles.
Elapidae (including cobras, kraits, and all Australian venomous snakes), Lamprophiidae (subfamily Atractaspidinae: burrowing asps), and Colubridae (a large family in which most species are nonvenomous and only a few are dangerously toxic to humans).
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park issued a warning about the nonvenomous pet snake, which had been sighted on the coastal path near St Davids, Pembrokeshire.
Each watch comes with two delicate straps: in Karung, from the skin of a nonvenomous water snake; and in calfskin.
In Iran, 83 species have been identified, 45 of which are nonvenomous, 27 are venomous, and 11 are semivenomous.
Removing a nonvenomous snake from your home is as simple as sweeping it into a trash can and then carrying it outside, adds Cole.
The Indian Rock Python (Python molurus), a large nonvenomous python species found in the Indian, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The teenage boy as a rule asked for the biggest nonvenomous snakes he could wrap around himself, the young father placed the little boy's orders, who was mostly interested in pythons and rattlesnakes, but the old gentleman invariably asked for the selfsame snake, a not particularly big but extremely venomous black-and-white cobra (its label read: bothrops jararacussu).
Admissions due to bites and stings from nonvenomous insects and spiders in Wales has risen 12% in a year from 173 in 2013/14 to 194 in 2014/15.
Snakes can be dangerous, as even nonvenomous species can constrict a potential avian predator (Wenner 2012).