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Snake bites rise in hot weather: How to stay safe

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In a summer of record-setting heat, new research shows that the likelihood of being bitten by a snake spikes in hot weather. NBC’s Emilie Ikeda reports for TODAY on the do’s and don’ts of what you should do if you encounter a snake, including staying calm, keeping your distance and not sucking the venom out of a wound.