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Humans can eat rattlesnakes Look Like Quinn Fight Like A Warrior Hodgkin Lymphoma Awareness shirt . which are venomous, though we don’t eat the head where the venom is located. Likewise Fugu, a species of puffer fish, is edible once the toxic parts are removed. Only a few species on Earth are both poisonous and venomous. Thanks for the response, but I suppose I posed my question fairly poorly. I should have asked whether there was any animal venom (rather than just venomous animals) out there, which if one were to eat or drink, would not negatively affect a human because of the means of ingestion, i.e. coming through the stomach rather than the skin or the blood stream. Stomach acid neutralizes venom in most cases. So you should be able to drink venom with no significant side effects, provided you have no open cuts in your mouth or esophagus.
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If a substance can kill you, it’s poisonous Look Like Quinn Fight Like A Warrior Hodgkin Lymphoma Awareness shirt . Venom is usually but not always injected for example spitting cobra venom is still considered venom even if the snake spits it at you instead of biting you. If a plant touches you with something prickly and injects nasty stuff into you like that, it’s not a venom because it wasn’t made by an animal. I have a problem with the “no purpose but to cause harm” because there are a lot of things that inject histamine to cause issues, but histamine is something the body uses on its own. I don’t think it would be fair to classify anything using it as not poisonous just because it’s something we have in ourselves naturally. The definition isn’t always that simple. It’s varying levels of specificity, not an either/or thing. All types of venom are toxins, and all toxins are poisons. I don’t think that is correct. My understanding is that many venoms trigger histamine release from the victim’s cells. For instance I’m sure the venom of fire ants (S. invicta at least) contains no histamine itself, but causes a histamine reaction when injected. Sometimes, if not injected, it’s not harmful at all. Some ants and wasps inject serotonin, who causes intense pain. Serotonin is present in the GI tissues in great concentration, in any healthy individual.
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