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a rhinoceros viperís fangs fold up into its mouth, and they do not automatically appear when the mouth opens. This particular snake controls its fangs' movements and uses them deliberately. The fangs are for hunting, and rarely inflict their pain on humans. This is not an aggressive snake, but attacks are lightning fast when they occur. Although a slow mover on the ground, the rhinoceros viper strikes rapidly and can cover a distance of more than 1 foot (30 cm) when attacking.
During an attack, this snake emits a loud, bark-like hiss before plunging 1.5-inch (2.5 cm) fangs into its victim, dispensing small doses of venom. The rhinoceros viper injects mostly hemotoxic venom, which focuses on the circulatory system. Although not considered extremely deadly, a river jack bite may destroy blood vessels and body tissues and can cause internal bleeding and damage.