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Why are some animal species venomous?

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Some animal species are venomous as a means of defense or hunting. Venom is a specialized secretion produced in glands and delivered through a bite, sting, or other specialized appendage. This venom can help immobilize prey, deter predators, or aid in self-defense.

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