Nine Deadliest Snake in the World

Here are nine deadliest snake in the world based on the power of their venoms.

I was watching the Animal Planet this weekend and the show was about deadliest snakes in Africa. I was amazed at them, their color which I think is beautiful but also their power. Snake doesn’t just attack people, they attack when they feel threatened and or disturbed. So here are the 10 deadliest snakes in the world.

Taipan

The inland Taipan is found in the Australia continent and is considered the world’s deadliest snake because the toxic of this snake is fifty times than the toxic of the cobra snakes. Taipan’s are long snakes and they grew of up to 2.5 meters. The color of the head of the taipan has pale creamy color; the color of its body is from dark brown to light brown with olive or copper color.

Black Mamba

Black Mamba’s are found in the Africa and is the most feared snakes. They grow of up to 3 meters longs and they are strong. Black Mamba does not come in black color, but their mouth has a color of black and most mambas have the color of olive green, dark olive, or grayish brown. They are also the fastest moving snake in the world having to move 20 kilometer per hour when senses danger.

Tiger Snake

Tiger snake lives in the southern and eastern part of the Australia. They got their name tiger because of the stripes that they have. Tiger snakes grow of about 1.5 meters long and they are very venomous snake. Just like every snake, tiger snakes attacks when they are disturbed and if they feel threatened.

Common Krait

Common Krait is found in the jungles of Indian sub continent like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, etc. They have a very nice color of dark blue to black to pale blue to bluish gray and they also have white bands. Common Krait is venomous and they grow of up to 1 meter.

Death Adder

Death Adder is found in Australia. They have a triangular shaped head and a fat body size. They grew to about 1.1 meter and they have the color of light reddish brown to dark gray. Their fangs has about 6.2 millimeters long. It’s a venomous snake and has about 85 milligrams and it attacks the nerves and causes paralysis.

Yellow or Cape Cobra

Cape cobra or Yellow cobra’s venom can kill you for about 30 minutes if not treated right away. This snake is found in the southern Africa. Their size grows about 4 meters long and have the color of yellow with brown all over their body but their color differs from one place to another. Their venom affects the respiratory system.

Boomslang

Boomslang are small snakes but very venomous and can be found in the sub Saharan Africa. They have large fangs and produce about 4-8 milligrams of venom which is enough to kill a man.

Bush Master

Bush master snake’s has a triangular shape head and large body. This is the largest kind of a pit viper in the world. They can grow for up to 6 feet and they have a color of dark brown with pale pink with blotches of dark brown. They also have long fangs and is able to have multiple bites. They are venomous as well.

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23 Responses to “Nine Deadliest Snake in the World”
  1. nobert soloria bermosa Says...

    On September 30, 2008 at 6:02 pm

    cool list


  2. Nitin Raj Says...

    On March 23, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    i have seen many list of deadliest snakes ,but believe me this list is the best in the lot, i just loved it ,so will u


  3. katya Says...

    On April 3, 2009 at 7:48 pm

    I think that snakes are good animals for us beaus snakes are like people and people should not killed the snakes.


  4. bob Says...

    On April 9, 2009 at 7:48 am

    i think you people need to learn english before you all start trying to write in english.


  5. Bob is dumb. Says...

    On April 23, 2009 at 8:37 am

    You shoul write correctly if you want to correct others. No caps buddy. Good try.


  6. nic Says...

    On June 4, 2009 at 10:56 am

    I think black mamba should be #1


  7. Mel Says...

    On July 8, 2009 at 8:02 pm

    there is no way the mamba is #1. it has size, speed an reputation but the taipan is the #1 due to the toxicity of the venom.


  8. jo Says...

    On July 19, 2009 at 6:48 pm

    wait, doesn\’t the article say \”9\” deadly snakes?


  9. Mainak De Says...

    On October 5, 2009 at 6:12 am

    i think King Kobra , Eastern Diamondback should have been in the list too.


  10. Brittany Says...

    On November 10, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    There are only 8, and if your going by the deadliest it is scientifically proven to be the Black Mamba. If we are going by the most Venomous then it would be the one you put in first. The Black Mamba is the fastest snake and can deliver many bites before leaving. If you get bitten you have a 100% chance of dieing.


  11. Shaveurbush Says...

    On December 3, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    A. Bob is great B. The bob is dumb guy doesnt even know how to spell either so ur just as dumb…and C. You people gota get a life, these are snakes were talkin here. (i was assigned a project on snakes so no im not obsessed with them)


  12. lucy Says...

    On December 31, 2009 at 3:07 pm

    you have no clue an anaconda is the strongest!


  13. lucy Says...

    On December 31, 2009 at 3:11 pm

    i love snakes they are awesome you could ask me any question about snakes and i would give you a pacific answer…


  14. Abhishek Says...

    On March 10, 2010 at 4:32 am

    All the snakes have their position but Black Mamba, is best.


  15. jake da snake Says...

    On March 17, 2010 at 5:17 pm

    i hate to brake your hearts but the most venomus snake on earth is the Yellow Bellied Sea Snakes


  16. Joel La Rocque Says...

    On March 31, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    If you people are going by the Animal Planet as always being correct, you forgot the Asian Elephant, a very venomous animal with one long fang.
    Read and study before picking the snake that some other idiot had on his list. Bungarus caeruleus venom is by far the stronger when compared to Dendroaspis ploylepis. Lachesis muta can grow to over 12 foot, a 6 foot specimen is quite common in the bush. You also forgot to mention Echis carinatus, no list is complete with out it, and what about Pelamis platurus? and to add Dispholidus typus to any top ten most venomous list is asinine, compare its venom drop to drop with Micrurius fulvius and see what you get.
    My point being, don\’t stick your neck out and leave youself open to ridicule without first studying the subject. The animal channel has yet to be right on any subject concerning venom, at least in the programs I have watched, it\’s a good place to go when you need a laugh.


  17. Avinash Kumar Says...

    On June 16, 2010 at 11:10 am

    Nice topic to dicuss and a nice chapter for the young learners.
    I appreciate this website that it has published such a nice thing.
    Thank u.


  18. Ivana Teresa-Liludallasmultipass Says...

    On October 2, 2010 at 1:09 am

    Very nices of info. But we have the deadly snake. No one might know of the Orange Dickcheese generally, but this snake contains venoms that are milky white, and kill by infecting the persons with the syphilis, hepatitis and if they does not the kill, the bite victim will get aids.


  19. Ian Taylor Langford Says...

    On October 2, 2010 at 9:37 pm

    Please help sir, I have large snake in my house. Snake is very upset and is afraid for my family. Sir I am beg for you to please remove this snake as I am bitten many times and I am cry all night with deep sickness.


  20. IM THE LORD Says...

    On October 4, 2010 at 7:31 pm

    ALL SNAKES ARE CREATED BY ME IN MY OWN IMAGE.

    BEING BITTEN IS MY WILL AND IF YOU DO NOT DIE THEN IT IS MY CHOICE ENTIRELY.

    MAKING SUCH LISTS OF VENOM IS BLASPHEMOUS. GOOD GOD FEARING HUMANS WOULD NOT MAKE SUCH LISTS.

    CEASE THIS LISTING IMMEDIATELY.


  21. Steve Jobs Says...

    On October 4, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    Confirmed Mac OSX not vulnerable.


  22. Illona Taya Langford Says...

    On October 9, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    Helo I am wife of Ian Langford, Ian has past into new
    life from his sickness. I hope that you people are happy for
    not doing the needful on help.


  23. Mike the mighty... Says...

    On November 17, 2010 at 10:38 am

    In terms of human fatalities and many other factors, the most venomous species may not always be the most dangerous; for example, while the Russell\’s viper and the Saw-scaled viper have a significantly weaker venom than the inland taipan, they are responsible for far more deaths due to its wide distribution.

    will someone explain to me where is the green mamba, coral snake Russells Viper, eastern diamondback, in the list..


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