Snakes bite and make puncture wounds with
their fangs. Most snakes aren't poisonous, so
there is no venom in their bites.
Poisonous snakes can put venom into the body of
the person they bite - or not. Sometimes they
don't want to waste their valuable venom. Some
kinds of snakes usually put venom into the body
they bite. Other kinds of snakes usually don't
put venom into the body they bite.
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