The Most Venomous Snakes In The World

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Snake is a cold-blooded reptile like lizards, chameleons but snakes have no legs and move by crawling. There are many different kinds of snakes in the world, including the venomous and nonpoisonous species. In the following images, we will explore the most venomous snakes. It can be seen that snakes use saliva and poison is released through the fangs in their mouths. Snake venom which can paralyze and even kill their preys. Snake venom is consider nerves or blood poisoning. There are 450 species of venomous snakes in the world, among which 250 species have enough vemon to kill a person. Let’s find out the most dangerous snakes as follows:

 


Sea serpent swims in warm water in the South Pacific and Indian Oceans. They have small canine teeth located deep in the mouth.

Sea serpent swims in warm water in the South Pacific and Indian Oceans. They have small canine teeth located deep in the mouth.

 


Red-tailed viper is one of the venomous snakes whose toxic level is just behind cobra.

Red-tailed viper is one of the venomous snakes whose toxic level is just behind cobra.

 


Australian brown snake lives in the coast of Australia. They eat frogs, lizards, birds and even snakes.

Australian brown snake lives in the coast of Australia. They eat frogs, lizards, birds and even snakes.

 


Kralt in South Asia which mainly eat snakes and frogs has 4 times as much vemon as cobra.

Kralt in South Asia which mainly eat snakes and frogs has 4 times as much vemon as cobra.

 


One gram of cobra venom can kill 10,000 rats weighing 8.333kg or a herd of horses weighing 20,000 kilograms or 167 people (on avergae each person weighs 60 kg).

One gram of cobra venom can kill 10,000 rats weighing 8.333kg or a herd of horses weighing 20,000 kilograms or 167 people (on avergae each person weighs 60 kg).

 


Taipan snake in Australia is 193 times more vemonous than cobra. Taipan bites very fast and the victim die within a few minutes.

Taipan snake in Australia is 193 times more vemonous than cobra. Taipan bites very fast and the victim die within a few minutes.

 


Vipe snake in the Middle East, Australia and New Guinea has great canine teeth, so it can spray a large amount of venom per bite.

Vipe snake in the Middle East, Australia and New Guinea has great canine teeth, so it can spray a large amount of venom per bite.

 


Fierce snake in Australia with a length of 1.8 m to 2.5 m is one of the snakes whose venom is injected quickly into their preys and make preys paralyzed.

Fierce snake in Australia with a length of 1.8 m to 2.5 m is one of the snakes whose venom is injected quickly into their preys and make preys paralyzed.

 

 

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This article was published on 2010/06/17
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