Top 10 Deadliest and Venomous Snakes in the world

In the series of Top 10, today we have another stunning post for our fans. We are going to list top 10 most venomous and the deadliest snakes in the world.

10: Rattle Snake

Rattle Snake

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Native to America

After effects of snake-byte: Destruction of tissues and degeneration of organs.

9: Death Adder or Acanthopis

Death Adder

Image credit: Flickr thewamphyri

Native to Australia

After-effects of byte: Paralysis and respiratory failure. The victim could die within 6 hours if untreated.

8: Vipers or Viperidae

viper snake

Image credit: Flickr wwarby

Native to the whole world except Australia, Antarctica, Ireland, Hawaii and Madagascar.

After-effects of byte: Bleeding from the gums, Low blood pressure and fallen heart beat.

7: Philippine Cobra or Northern Philippine Cobra

Philippine cobra

Native to Philippines

After-effects of byte: Respiratory Paralysis and Neuro toxicity. The victim could die within 30 minutes.

6: Tiger Snake

Tiger Snake

Image credit: Flickr Namibnat

Native to Australia

After-effects of bytes: The victim may face difficulty in breathing and  paralysis. The minimum duration of the victim’s death after its byte is 30 minutes.

5: Black Mamba

Black Mamba

Image credit: Flickr Tad 20D

Native to Africa

After-effects of byte: Double vision, lake of muscle control, Cardio Toxicity and Paralysis. Just one byte of Black Mamba’s venom has the power to kill about 25 adults.

4: Taipan

Taipan

Image credit: Flickr OZinOH

Native to Australia

After-effects of byte: It blocks arteries and veins of the victims because of the blood clot. Its highly neuro toxic and can kill the victim within an hour.

3: Blue Krait or Malaya Krait

blue krait

Native to Indonesia

After-effects of byte: A Quick Muscle Paralysis. Its venom is 16 times stronger than a common cobra.

2: Eastern Brown Snake

Eastern Brown Snake

Image credit: Flickr aviceda

Native to Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea

After-effects of byte: Paralysis, Renal Failure and Cardiac Arrest. Just 1/14,000 of an ounce can kill an adult human.

1: Inland Taipan

Inland Taipan

Image credit: Flickr if winter ends

Native to Australia

After-effects of byte: With first number on the list, it is world’s most venomous snake. It’s only one byte can kill about 100 humans.

8 Responses to Top 10 Deadliest and Venomous Snakes in the world
  1. Shahbaz
    June 8, 2012 | 12:07 pm

    Keep it up dude, i would like to guest post on your website, can i?

  2. admin
    June 8, 2012 | 2:24 pm

    Thanks Shahbaz,

    Yes, you are most welcome for a Guest Post on our Blog. But we always respect copyright and give due credit where needed.
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  3. martin Mundia
    August 27, 2012 | 11:29 am

    awesome work done here!

  4. admin
    August 28, 2012 | 12:28 pm

    Thanks Martin.. :)

  5. ravi
    October 7, 2012 | 8:05 pm

    and where is cobra?

  6. ravi
    October 7, 2012 | 8:58 pm

    oh sorry i mean indian cobra

  7. Tom
    October 8, 2012 | 1:02 am

    Where do I want to live someday… hmmm… NOT AUSTRALIA! hehe

  8. Aussie Dan
    May 21, 2013 | 6:14 am

    I am looking at a pile of cut branches overgrown with grass in my back yard through the window. When your paranoid, every branch looks like a brown snake hiding, and I have to clean it up today. There is every chance a brown is in there, but more probably i will die from heart attack or hitting my head on the shed when a fat blue tongue lizard scatters out of there towards me.

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