Image depicts texts that says "Australian venomous snakes all belong to the Elapid family of snakes. Fangs are hollow, short and located at the front of their jaw. Because elapid fangs are short, the venom is injected into the lymphatic system and must be transported to areas such as the groin or armpits to enter the bloodstream and begin to affect the victim." With a stylised illustration of a venomous snake and how it's produced from its' body followed by a logo from Life Saving First Aid