Anyone been bitten by something venomous?

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  1. percey39

    percey39 Well-Known Member

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    That shirt could do much more damage then that Slatey Grey ever could!
     
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    hhmm I have had a scorp sting remove my nail and all the blue ink ( tattoo) on one of my fingers.... Hows that :D
     
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    I was bitten by a marsh snake. I was trying to assist shed him and he got out of my grip and reached round and chomped down into my thumb. In seconds I could feel the tingling sensation and before long my thumb swelled so bad it felt tight. Next morning my hand was swollen and pain up to my elbow lasted a week. Then thats it. All went down. I decided to let the marsh snakes go. He can work out his skin himself.

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  6. harley0402

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    OMG, i didnt know mouse spiders were dangerous, i had one in a tank in my room when i was younger, it fell out a boot onto my mums foot and i kept it. I also used to keep scorpions but i dont know if the type i had were dangerous.
     
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    red back spiders regularly theydont seem iwother me to much a little sick and then itch for a week was attacked by bee swarm last week stung 34 times wasnt much fun antihistamines helped but felt like **** for 24 hours
     
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    Is anyone else sitting at home twitching and feeling little crawly things running over them after reading this...?
     
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    i actuly had something crawl up my leg just then :) and it was a spider but only huntsman :)

    my m8 was stung by box jelly fish ( i know it wasnt a bite but still)
    i had a scorpin crawl over my foot when camping once and it didnt register with me untill it was on my other foot that it was a scorp
    i think the record for bee stings in australia was 213 times (please correct if wrong)
     
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    I was bitten by a lawyer once!
     
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    They don't bite. They just suck the life out of you.
     
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    I feel your pain Saratoga, i react badly to ticks aswell. I still have multiple old bites that flair up, particularly when ive got another tick on me somewhere. Hazards of crawling around on your belly taking photos i guess.
     
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    My word they do, trust me on that. I once saw a drowning lawyer escorted to shore by a pack of great whites as a matter of professional curtesy!
     
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    Only? I would have shrieked. I am horrified of spiders
     
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    I've been stung by a cone shell and had to be put on a advanced course of steroids and antihistomine and monitored over a 24 period my hand swelled up and so did my tongue and it felt like I had bugs crawling under my skin
     
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    Thats an unusual thing to be hit by! I hear they are very deadly....you are lucky!
     
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    wolfs are 2 blame for 90% of ulcers , look at thier tox make up
     
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