Terms and Conditions (“Agreement”)
This agreement was last modified on July 31, 2018.
Please read these Terms and Conditions (“Agreement”, “Terms and Conditions”) carefully before using https://snakehacks.com/ (“the Site”) operated by Snake Hacks. (“us”, “we”, or “our”). This Agreement sets forth the legally binding terms and conditions for your use of the Site at https://snakehacks.com/
By accessing or using the Site in any manner, including, but not limited to, visiting or browsing the Site or contributing content or other materials to the Site, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. These are the terms that are defined in this Agreement.
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We may terminate your access to the Site, without cause or notice, which may result in the forfeiture and destruction of all information associated with you. All provisions of this Agreement that by their nature should survive termination shall survive termination, including, without limitation, ownership provisions, warranty disclaimers, indemnity, and limitations of liability.
Links To Other Sites
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This Agreement (and any further rules, policies, or guidelines incorporated by reference) shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of Florida, United States, without giving effect to any principles of conflicts of law.
Changes To This Agreement
We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to modify or replace these Terms and Conditions by posting the updated terms on the Site. Your continued use of the Site after any such changes constitutes your acceptance of the new Terms and Conditions.
Please review this Agreement periodically for changes. If you do not agree to any of this Agreement or any changes to this Agreement, do not use, access or continue to access the Site or discontinue any use of the Site immediately.
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While venomous snakes are occasionally mentioned on this site in comparison to their nonvenomous mimics, Snake Hacks does not feature any specific venomous snake species profiles. Venomous snake keepers must be experienced and properly licensed. Fines and possible prison time can result if a person is not properly licensed to keep venomous snakes. Serious injury and death can occur with, or without, the keeper/handler having the necessary experience.
Snake Hacks does not condone the keeping of venomous snake species. Snakes Hacks does don’t condone the keeping of any snake species that are protected under federal law, or illegal such as but not limited to the Burmese python, the reticulated python, or other banned species. Some banned species are permitted with special licenses. Know your state and federal laws when keeping any species of snake.
Warning: Although large pythons are nonvenomous, they can still deliver a painful bite that will require sterilization and possibly stitches. Incidents of human strangulation/suffocation have also occurred. While many of these incidents could have been avoided with simple common sense, be aware that these animals are not toys and must be treated with respect.
Safety tips for encountering wild snakes
- Avoid making contact with snakes found in the wild, especially if you’re not certain which species it is. Go in the opposite direction and do not attempt to kill any snake. Most venomous snake bites occur with someone trying to kill one. Use common sense.
- Do not attempt to handle a snake when you don’t know what species it is.
- Never attempt to free-handle a venomous snake.
- A bite from any venomous snake is a medical emergency. Treat it as such and get to a hospital immediately. Even mildly venomous species can use anaphylactic shock. As such, Snake Hacks does not feature any mildly venomous snake profiles.
- While driving, do not attempt to aim for snakes crossing over a road. Car accidents have occurred where drivers ended up crashing into other cars in attempting to run over a snake. Use common sense.
- Do not kill snakes in the wild. They are important for our ecosystem and humans are not entitled to kill animals due to unnecessary fear and lack of understanding.