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myth has been created in Portugal: "There are no poisonous snakes". And
this couldn’t be more wrong.
the habitat of some dangerous species, despite being one of the countries with
the lowest number. From flora to fauna, some of the species can offer danger and
risk to humans, especially to children. In our country there are eight species
of snakes, but only two have a toxic poison: vipera seoanei and the vipera latastei Boscá.
they are present all over the Portugal, it is very hard to see a Vipera latastei Boscá. They usually group together in small groups and take refuge in the bush. Here they
never reach more than 70 cm, which helps them in camouflage. Also, we can find this specie in one of our tours in Gerês and that's one of the reasons you need to have an expert guide, like ours.
Picture by PSML/ Casa da Imagem
The vipera seoanei is a venomous viper species endemic to extreme southwestern France and northern regions of Spain and Portugal. Two subspecies are currently recognized, including the nominate race.
Picture by Keta
have another two species: the Malpolon monspessulanus and the Macroprotodon
cucullatus. These animals are not dangerous, except in rare extreme cases of
bite. They have a very inefficient poison injection mechanism.The Malpolon monspessulanus we can also find in ours tours through Porto and Gêres.
Picture by José R.Ruiz
Picture by Giuseppe Mazza
article our team hopes to warn every tourist and resident.