If a betta bites you, he may hurt you. If he does bite you and it is severe enough to break the skin or cause bleeding, gently wash the area with soap and cool water. Apply an antibiotic ointment if there is any pain or redness. Seek medical attention if the bite causes raised welts or swelling, particularly if venom is present.
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If your hamster bites you, the first thing to do is to ensure that there’s no injury. If there isn’t, then try to restrain the hamster using a piece of clothing or a towel. If the bite doesn’t look too severe, rinse it with cold water and use an artificial toothpick or clove stick to check for any parasites or oral cancer. If there is an injury, clean it with warm soapy water and seek medical attention if needed.
Iguanas are potentially dangerous pets and can bite. Some bites from iguanas do not hurt very much, but others can cause significant pain. Bites from baby iguanas typically cause a barely perceptible pinch and taps from adults may result in moderate discomfort. One study found that about 20 percent of all recorded iguana bites were classified as severe (causing major pain or swelling).
Platypuses have venom glands in their tails. When threatened, they will squirt a stream of venom at their attacker. Although it is not deadly to humans, platypuses can inflict an excruciating pain with each bite – so be careful!
There are many different monitor lizard species around the world, but all of them are harmless to humans. Some people may be afraid of them because they look like iguanas, but there is no reason to be. The majority of monitor lizards only weigh about 2-3 pounds, and their bites are generally mild. However, a few rare species can have venom that can cause some pain and swelling, but it’s not life-threatening.
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