It appears that none of this man's snakes got loose, but then he was also doing something illegal, so who is to say he had only 24 dangerous snakes?http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/05/14245350-snakebit...Snakebite tied to death of man who had 24 venomous snakes in his homeChesterfield resident Jack Redmond, 70, was found dead with bite marks that appeared to be from a Chinese palm viper on a finger, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported Friday.While poisonous, that snake is not typically deadly, but experts said Redmond's age and health -- he was battling prostate cancer and taking medications for that -- might have played a role.
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