How to Identify a Venomous Snake By Its Bite You’re camping and need to start a fire, so you go looking for wood. You pick up a branch and feel a sharp pain in your hand. A snake slithers away into tall grass. You won’t always be able to identify the type of snake that bit you.
Some types of ants, like fire ants are venomous. Ant bites and stings are typically painful and result in a red skin bump. There may also be itchiness, redness, and swelling at the site. Carpenter ants bite and, although they are not venomous, they spray formic acid into the bite, which causes a burning feeling
A female Australian Giant Centipede (Scolopendra mortisans) cleaning and protecting her eggs. This species grows to a length of 9 cm (possibly up to 12). This species occurs in Western Australia (possibly other subspecies occur in East Africa, but there is dispute about the taxonomy).