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Deadly Snow Snake Message Hoax

2014-03-05T08:56:53 -  +
Deadly Snow Snake Message Hoax

The message below: "This is the deadly snow snake. It has bitten 3 people in the state of Ohio and one in Pennsylvania," is a hoax. The message has been shared and "liked" by thousands on social networking websites. These are persons who think the message is true and think sharing it will help inform their friends and family about this deadly snake. But, there is no deadly Snow Snake and the message is another hoax created to trick persons into sharing.

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The "Deadly Snow Snake" Hoax

Deadly Snow Snake Message Hoax

This is the deadly snow snake. It has bitten 3 people in the state of Ohio and one in Pennsylvania. It’s been spotted in other states. It comes out in the cold weather and at this time there is no cure for it’s bite. One bite and your blood starts to freeze.

Scientist are trying to find a cure. Your body temperature start to fall once bitten. Please stay clear if you have see it. Please forward this and try to save as many people as we can from this deadly snow snake
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What the persons behind this hoax don’t know is that snakes are cold-blooded. They and many other reptiles find shelter in holes or burrows, and spend the winter inactive, or dormant. This is similar to hibernation. They crawl into caves, hollow logs, or other animal's burrows to hibernate.

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  • Posted: Mar 7, 2014 at 4:26 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Hudson, Ohio, United States

    I started the hoax and I do know snakes are cold blooded. What the poster of this doesn't know is I have friends all the time posting stories that I know are not true. I thought to myself is I bet They would be gullible enough to repost this and believe it.

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