Why do all the venomous animals live in hot climates?

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Why do all the venomous animals live in hot climates?

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Most venomous animals are ectotherms or cold-blooded animals such as snakes, spiders and jellyfish. Since they’re unable to regulate their own temperature, fewer are found in cooler climates.

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Most venomous animals are ectotherms or cold-blooded animals such as snakes, spiders and jellyfish. Since they’re unable to regulate their own temperature, fewer are found in cooler climates.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Most venomous animals are ectotherms or cold-blooded animals such as snakes, spiders and jellyfish. Since they’re unable to regulate their own temperature, fewer are found in cooler climates.

Anonymous 0 Comments

There is a rattle snake in Ontario Canada. While it’s in a warmer part of Canada, it still gets well below freezing and gets plenty of snow.

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There is a rattle snake in Ontario Canada. While it’s in a warmer part of Canada, it still gets well below freezing and gets plenty of snow.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Most animals live in hot climates. Rainforests, home to tons of venomous snakes and insects, are where most species on earth live already

Anonymous 0 Comments

There is a rattle snake in Ontario Canada. While it’s in a warmer part of Canada, it still gets well below freezing and gets plenty of snow.

Anonymous 0 Comments

In the jungle everything is eat or be eaten and so everything has teeth and claws and venoms and toxins including the trees as a matter of evolution.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Most animals live in hot climates. Rainforests, home to tons of venomous snakes and insects, are where most species on earth live already

Anonymous 0 Comments

Most animals live in hot climates. Rainforests, home to tons of venomous snakes and insects, are where most species on earth live already