Top 11 World Deadliest and Poisonous Snakes

11 Deadliest and Poisonous Snakes:


When we hear the name of a snake, we get a fear in our mind. Many people start to tremble with fear and it is also natural because it is very difficult to survive after the poisonous snakes bites. Although every snake is not poisonous, according to scientists, many people die only due to fear of seeing the snake.

Do you know that more than 2500 species of snakes are found in the world, of which about 500 are toxic. But many of those 500 species are such species, whose poison is so dangerous that man dies in a few minutes from their poisons. Today, I am going to telling you about some poisonous snakes whose poison is very fatal.



Top 11 World's Deadliest and Poisonous Snakes



1. Blue Krait Snake


Poisonus Snakes

It is one of the most poisonous and very deadly snake of the world. This snake is found in Southeast Asia and Indonesia. This snake is also expert in hunting other snakes, its poison is multiplied by cobra's poison. It is more toxic, and it bites paralysis shortly after its bite. (1st poisonus snake)


2. Indian Cobra


Poisonus Snakes

Indian cobra is also known in India as the "Naag". This is the most venomous snake in India. It mostly lives in the forest, along the riverside, fields and villages. It hunts lizards and frogs found on the ground. Indian cobra snake is worshiped in the Hindus too. About 15,000 people die each year from their bite. (2nd poisonous snake)



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3. Philippine Cobra


Poisonus Snakes

Most of the cobra species are not toxic, but Filipino cobra is an exception. The biggest feature of this is that instead of byting the victim, it spit off poison on him far away. It can spit poison on prey even from a distance of 3 meters. It spits a lot of poison at a time.

Its poison is neurotoxic which directly affects the respiratory system. Poison immediately begins to show its effect, because of which breathing becomes difficult, resulting in heart attack. Prey dies within half an hour of its poisoning spit. (3rd poisonous snake)



4. Tiger Snake


Poisonus Snakes

Tiger Snake is found in Australia. There is a very powerful neurotoxic poison inside it, which causes a person to die within 30 minutes to 24 minutes. Before making antivenin, the percentage of people who had died due to its bite had been 70%. Despite this, it is not too dangerous for humans. Because the snake gets away when it encounters humans. This snake bites when it is in some corner and there is no place to escape. (4th poisonous snake)


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5. Saw Scaled Viper


Saw Scaled Viper poisonus snakes

Viper is found in the whole world and most of these species are poisonous. But their poisonous species are seen scaled viper and chen viper, which are found in India, China, Asia and south east Ashia. This snake is responsible for the most deaths caused by snake bites in India.

These snakes go out for hunting in the rain and become the enemy of humans. Only an half and hours after the snake bites, the person dies. The snake bites on the part of the body, it starts bleeding from that part of the body. Through which the whole body starts to have pain and blood pressure decrease rapidly, and because of which , the person repeatedly vomits blood, and the result is death. (5th poisonous snake)


6. Black Mamba


Black Mamba poisonus snake


Black Mamba is found throughout Africa and this snake is responsible for the most deaths caused by snake bites in Africa. This is the fastest snake in the earth, which chases its prey at 20 kilometers per hour. On feeling threatened, this snake bites 10 to 12 times and leaves up to 400 miligram poison of in once bite.

Its poison is fast acting neuro toxic. Only one miligram poison of black Mamba is enough to kill a person. Due to the black mamba bite, darkness appear in front of human eyes. In the africa, this snake is so much found that the antivenien of this snake is first given to the patient only when patient comes to the hospital.

According to statistics for the Public Broadcasters Station (PBS), black mamba bites kill 20000 people every year. Now you may be thinking its name has been kept black mamba, because its color is black. But that's not all at all. Because this snake changes its color in the state of danger. Which becomes brown, green and yellow.

Black Mamba can kill 10 to 25 young people from one byte. Although they prefer to live in the forest, but sometimes they also go to people's settlements in search of prey. If it sees many people together, then it is not afraid to attack them too. If you escape from his attack, then it's your luck, otherwise it leaves poison in your body and in a short time the color of the body turns blue and that person leaves this world forever.

Black Mamba usually likes hunting small creatures and birds. But the way to hunt humans is quite different from other snakes, Mamba first chases their prey fast, and then catching it and leaving hia poison inside it, and keeps watch over its prey, Until his poison starts to show effect.

After waiting for a while, when the victim dies after being paralyzed, then it swallows his prey. The most surprising thing is that, this snake can swallow 4 times big prey than itself.

Female Mamba does not see these eggs again after giving the eggs, that is, she leaves these eggs alone. After being in the egg for 3 months, newborn black mamba comes out, whose length is up to 24 inches.

Talking about the age of Black Mamba, their average age is 11 years. It is said that, coming up to the age of 11, the ability to hunt becomes less.   (6th poisonous snake)


7. Death Adder


Death Adder poisonus snakes

This snake is found in Australia and New Guina. This snake hunts fast enough to snake other snakes, and swallows it. Its poison is neurotoxin and once bites, it leaves the venom of 100mg in the body.

Although it is very toxic, yet it is not so dangerous for humans. Because its venom has a very slow effect on the body. Its poison takes up to 6 hours to fully effect. So antivenom is quite effective in its treatment. (7th poisonous snake)


8. Rattle Snake


Rattle Snake poisonus snakes

This snake is the most poisonous snake in the North America. Rattlesnakes get their name from the rattle at the end of their tail, which makes a loud sound. Its tail vibrate that prevents predators or acts as a warning to passers-by. When these snakes move their tail, then these rattle sounds are very horrifying, hence the name is Rattle Snake.



This snake is very aggressive, and its biggest feature is that their children are more dangerous than adults, because children have more poison than adults. As they grow older their poison becomes less.

Hamo toxic poison is found in this snake and human tissue starts to end with the effect of this poison and blood clotting is stopped. If the antidote is given within 10:15 minutes of its cutting, then there can be chances of survival, otherwise death is fixed. (8th poisonous snake)


9. Eastern Brown Snake


Eastern Brown Snake

This is a very poisonous snake found in Australia. This snake is so poisonous that 14000th part of its poison is also enough to reason of death any person. The worst thing is that in Australia there is this snake is found near human areas. A small baby of this snake can also kill a person.

Their moves are very fast, and once they feel threatened, they chase their prey. After their bites dark eyes appear in front of the eyes and there is a lot of pain and excessive bleeding. And within 5 minutes of the snake's bite, the person dies and this snake reacts only on the movement. So if you accidentally come in front of it, then it will be the best solution is that you stay calm in the same place. (9th poisonous snake)


10. Inland Taipan


Inland Taipan poisonus snakes

Taipan is the second most dangerous snake found in Australia. It leaves so much poison at one time that it can kill 12,000 pig at a time. Its poison is neurotoxic too.

Like any African black mamba, before making its antivenin, no one could survive by its bite. One bite contains 100 mg of poison, which is too high.

Its poison is so fatal that only once it bites, the person dies sooner. Its poison is 10 times as fatal as rattle snake and 50 times more fatal than cobra, and they prefer to stay away from human settlements. (10th poisonous snake)


11. Hydrophis Belcheri Sea Snake


Hydrophis Belcheri Sea Snake poisonus snakes



This snake is found in South East Asia and Northern Australia. This snake is the one of the most poisonous snake in this world. A few milligrams of its poison is sufficient for the death of 1000 humans. However, due to being found in the sea, it is not so dangerous for humans. During the fishing, these snakes sometimes bites of fishermen, or on most occasions, they avoid biting humans, in very rare cases it bites humans. (11th poisonous snake)



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