Top 10 Most Venomous Snakes in the World

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Click Here To Subscribe: 1.The Inland Taipan deserves a spot of its own its that vicious. It has the most toxic venom of any land snake in the world. The maximum yield is enough to kill about 100 humans, or 250,000 mice! It is 10 times as venomous as any Rattlesnake, and 50 times more than the common Cobra. Fortunately, the Inland Taipan is not particularly aggressive and is rarely encountered by humans in the wild. No fatalities have ever been recorded, though it could potentially kill an adult human within 45 minutes. 2. The Eastern brown snake might sound tame, but just 1/14,000 of a single ounce can kill you and me. The main areas for its habitat are highly populated areas of Australia and add to that its extreme speeds and aggression, its seriously bad news. Even juveniles can kill a human. The venom contains both neurotoxins and blood coagulants. Fortunately for humans, less than half of bites contain venom and they prefer not to bite if at all possible. They react only to movement, so stand very still if you ever encounter one in the wild 3. The blue krait is the most deadly of its species and by a long way too. This is evident in its 50% fatality rate from its bites, this is even with anti-venom being given. The species is a nocturnal one and also extremely aggressive when provoked but will, for the most part, avoid confrontation. Their venom is 16 times more potent than a cobra. Muscle paralysis will occur quickly and then following that will be cramps, terrors and muscle spasms and soon becomes paralysis. Even if patients make it to a hospital, permanent coma and even brain death may occur, given potentially long transport times to get medical care. 4.The venom of the Australian Taipan can kill 12,000 guinea pigs with a single bit. The venom clots the blood and will block arteries and veins. Before the antivenom was produced no known survivors existed. and death typically occurs within an hour. Even with successful administration of antivenin, most victims will have an extensive stay in intensive care. It has been likened to the African Black Mamba in morphology, ecology and behavior. 5. The black mamba is famous for a reason, they`re highly aggressive and the precision of their strikes is unrivalled. Add to that they`re the fastest land snake in the world and you`ve got yourself one mean snake as they glide at up to 20km/h. They also like to strike multiple times per attack so before you know it you`ve been bitten 12 times. Just a single bite can kill 25 grown men and the venom is seriously fast acting. If the venom reaches a vein, 1% of the total amount induced is enough to kill 50% of victims. The bite will being with some pain and then tingling will occur in the mouth and other outer limbs. along with double vision, tunnel vision, severe confusion, fever; If the victim does not receive medical attention, symptoms rapidly progress to severe abdominal pain, cardiac toxicity and paralysis. Eventually, the victim experiences convulsions, respiratory arrest, coma and then death. 6. The Tiger Snake is found in Australia and death can occur in 30 minutes if bitten, but can even last up to 24 hours of extreme pain. Before antivenom was produced, you had a 70% chance of dying if bitten by one of these monsters Symptoms can include pain in the foot and neck region, numbness and sweating, followed by a fairly rapid onset of breathing difficulties and paralysis. The Tiger snake will generally flee if encountered, but can become aggressive when cornered. The muscle tissue will also die and become infected if untreated. 7. Unlike a lot of cobra, the Philippine Cobra is the exception with their venom being the most deadly, Drop for drop, of all the Cobra species, and they are capable of spitting it up to 3 metres. The venom is a neurotoxin which affects cardiac and respiratory function, and can cause respiratory paralysis and death in thirty minutes. The bite causes only minimal tissue damage. The toxins disrupt nerve signals and symptoms can include nausea, vomiting, headaches, diarrhea, dizziness and severe muscle decay 8.The Chain Viper species are quick tempered and generally nocturnal and are also very fast. Most of these species have venom that cause symptoms that begin with pain at the site of the bite, immediately followed by swelling of the affected extremity. Bleeding from the gums is common as well as a drop in blood pressure and heart rate. There is also blistering where the bite occured and will move along the limb. Vomiting and facial swelling can also occur as severe pain may last for 2-4 weeks. Discoloration may occur throughout the swollen area as red blood cells and plasma leak into muscle tissue. Death from septicaemia, respiratory or cardiac failure may also occur For more info on top 10 most venomous snakes in the world and the worst snake bites ever watch our video