This is what snake venom does to the blood (VIDEO)
Vipera berus (an adder) is a quite dangerous venomous snake. It can be found all over the world, thus there’s a high possibility to meet it somewhere in a forest.
The snake’s venom includes a wide range of substances aimed to kill the victim. In this video a man took a sample of poison from Russel’s viper — one of the most venomous snakes in Southeast Asia, and injected in into the blood…
Within a few seconds the blood coagulated and turned into a practically solid substance. In the veins and arteries of the victim, this causes blockage and, as a consequence, heart failure.
The only difference is that after bite the poison doesn’t immediately get into the blood. It slightly reduces the effect, but the result is still shocking!