Australian veterinarians perform surgery on venomous snake

Veterinarians at the University of Queensland's UQ Gatton Veterinary Medical Centre successfully anesthetized and surgically removed a tumor from Aggro, a highly venomous tiger snake. The snakes, indigenous to Australia's southern regions, produce a potent neurotoxin that causes muscle damage and blood clots.

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Fraser Coast Chronicle (Maryborough, Australia)

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