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Snakes

Tuesday 18 April 2006 9:30-9:45 (Radio 4 FM)


India's snakes are the most deadly in the world, killing 50,000 people every year. One of the world's top experts in snake bites is Ian Simpson, a retired British economist, who loves snakes so much that he has emigrated to India to be near them and help look after their victims.

Recently he discovered a new venomous Indian snake, to add to four already known. Jolyon Jenkins meets him and his reptiles.

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