Running into a venomous snake when bugging out or even practicing a bug out can be a horrendous experience.
Granted, most snakes are not venomous in any way, but even bites from a nonvenomous snake can become infected very quickly, which will can quickly cripple your survival chances if you don’t get medical attention immediately.
Venomous snakes prefer not to inject their limited venom into anything but the creatures on their menu, and you’re definitely not on it.
But to truly determine whether or not you need to rush to an emergency room is a crucial step to recovery, and for that reason, you’ll need to learn the symptoms of snake envenomation.
For more on that and how you can tell if the bite you're dealing with came from a venomous snake, read more on this important topic on the next page.