Does Sweden have poisonous snakes?
The adder (Vipera verus) is the only naturally occurring poisonous snake in Sweden. During one year, 136 patients were hospitalized due to adder bites in a population of 5.3 mill. (63% of the total population).
Are there any poisonous snakes in Europe?
The only native poisonous snakes that are encountered in France and Germany are Vipera aspis and Vipera berus.
Are snakes a problem in France?
Snakes, certainly in France, are generally harmless with one or two exceptions and even these would only be really dangerous to some susceptible people. Snakes are not normally easy to approach and will often flee as a person approaches, I have great difficulty observing them even when “creeping around”.
Are there squirrels in Slovakia?
Alpine marmot: Although it looks like a groundhog, the Alpine marmot (Marmota marmota) is actually a large, burrowing ground squirrel. These chubby critters have sweet faces and fur that changes color according to the season. They live in mountainous areas of Europe and are plentiful in Germany and Slovakia.
Are there Foxes in Slovakia?
In total, 146 red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) were investigated; 112 from the Prešov region, 9 from the eastern part of the Košice region, 17 from the Bratislava region in western Slovakia, and 8 from the Žilina region in the central northern part of Slovakia.