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Shocking!! Powerful man also bites snakes with his teeth to neutralize poison after being bitten by the snake

Gertrude Nkansah Nkansah 1 week ago 0

In a shocking incident, a 35-year-old laborer in India, Santosh Lohar, retaliated against a snake that bit him by biting it back twice, reportedly killing the reptile.

The incident occurred at a railway work camp in Panduka, Kharkhand, where Lohar was sleeping when the snake attacked him.

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According to local media, Lohar grabbed the snake with an iron rod and bit it twice, believing that doing so would neutralize the venom.

He told India Today that a myth in his village suggests that biting a snake back twice can counteract the venom.

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While venomous snake bites can be deadly, human bites have little effect on the snake, only increasing the risk of another attack. Snake venom is stored in glands and only enters the bloodstream through a bite.

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This unusual incident highlights the beliefs and practices surrounding snake bites in rural India. Lohar’s actions, although unorthodox, demonstrate the desperation and fear that come with a snake attack.

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