|MadSci Network: Zoology|
For the most part, no. This is due to circulating antibodies within the snakes plasma against its own venom. Thus, the venom from another individual usually has no effect. Notable cases where this has been shown to not be the case have been well documented. For example, the Australian spotted black snake (Pseudechis guttatus) is quite able to kill other members of the sames species. Cheers, Bryan PS. I changed poisonous to venomous in the subject field as there is a rather definative difference between the two. A poisonous animals delivers its toxin through injestion or absorption while a venomous animal delivers its toxin using specialised apparatus to break the skin of the victim.
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