One Million Snake Bites

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Nature Documentary hosted by Dilly Barlow, published by BBC broadcasted as part of BBC Natural World series in 2011 - English narration

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Natural World: One Million Snake Bites From the giant King Cobra to the tiny saw scaled viper, India is home to many of the world's deadliest snakes. Now a new report has revealed that India is in the middle of a snakebite epidemic of epic proportions, with a loss of human life far in excess of any official figures. Armed with more than forty years of field experience, snake expert Romulus Whitaker and his team set out on a journey around India to investigate the natural history behind these chilling new statistics and to see what can be done to help India's people and ultimately, its snakes.


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