Blue-Tongue Lizards Developed Resistance to Deadly Venom of Red-Bellied Snake

11 September 2021 0 By Bambam
An Australian study has shown that blue-tongue lizards are resistant to the venom of the red-bellied black snake. Skink family’s largest animals, blue-tongues seem to have developed a chemical resistance to the venom released by the snake, while carnivorous monitor lizards called goannas that usually consume Australia’s venomous snakes have not.