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Why is venom more common in fish and snakes than other vertebrates?
Reading this question, I wondered why is it that we associate vertebrate venoms so often with snakes and fish, and more rarely with lizards, amphibians, mammals, and birds (apparently never, in ...
Jul 30 '13 at 14:11
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