Snakes are the most fearing species with many incidents of being bitten in the wild. While it is rare to find loose snakes in urban areas, many people also like to have them as pets.
The venom of snakes is also used for medical purposes. There is so many species of snakes, and many of them are deadly. The most common and deadliest snakes are as follows:
There are around 36 known species of rattlesnake and around 70 subspecies have been found which all are native to America. They hunt different small animals for their prey including the birds and rodents. Rattlesnake have been named so because of the rattle which is located at the end of their tails.
9. Death Adder
The death adder is native to Australia and is one of the most venomous snakes in the world. It has been found that a common death adder has a broad flattened, triangular head and a thick body with bands of red, brown and black with a grey or pink belly.
They also possess longest fangs of any Australian snake and they normally reach to maximum length of 70-100 cm.
The vipers are also considered as a part of venomous snakes. They are found in different parts of the world. The vipers have deep fang which helps them in deep penetration of venom. Different types of research studies have shown this fact that during a strike, the vipers can open their mouth nearly to 180 degree angle.
The vipers are also very famous and known as viperids and their four subfamilies have also been found in different parts of the world.
7. Philippine Cobra
This most venomous snakes of the world is also known as northern Philippine cobra and is normally found in northern regions of the Philippines. The medium sized stocky snake has long cervical ribs that are capable of expanding and this thing help it to form a hood in case of any threat. The average length of this snake is around 1.0m meters.
6. Tiger Snake
This is also considered as one of the most venomous snakes of the world. They are normally found in southern regions of Australia. Different types of research studies have shown this fact that the tiger snakes are a large group of distinct population which may differ from each other on the basis of their size and color.
5. Black Mamba
Black mamba vary in color ranging from grey to dark brown but they are not black. Their presence is normally witnessed in different parts of sub-Saharan Africa. Different studies have revealed this fact that in most suitable surfaces, it is the speediest species of snakes.
This is also considered as one of the most venomous snakes of the world. The taipans are normally found in different parts of Australia and are large, fast moving and most venomous in nature. They are also considered as some of the most deadly known snakes. They mostly feed on small mammals including the rats and bandicoots.
3. Blue Krait
The blue krait is a species of krait which is a venomous elapid snake. Normal length of blue krait has been found around 108 cm with a tail of around 16 cm long. It is found in different parts of south east Asia from Indochina south to Java and Bali in Indonesia.
2. Eastern Brown Snake
The eastern brown snake is also considered as one of the most venomous snakes of the world and is commonly referred as brown snake. This second most venomous snake of the world is mainly found in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia.
The adult eastern brown snakes are highly variable in color. The eastern brown snake has an average total length of around 1.8 m. This snake is most notorious for its speed and aggression throughout its habitats.
1. Fierce Snake
This most venomous snake has different names including the inland taipan, western taipan and the small-scaled snake. This is considered as most venomous snakes of the taipan genus. The fierce snake is native to semi-arid regions of central east Australia.
The fierce snakes are considered as the most venomous snake in the world due the fact that its median lethal dose value in mice is by far the most toxic of any snake. Different types of research studies have shown this fact that its venom is especially efficient to kill warm-blooded species. It is said that its one bite can kill at least 100 full grown men.