Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Most venomous and the deadliest snakes in the world.


Most venomous and the deadliest snakes in the world.

10: Rattle Snake



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

9: Death Adder or Acanthopis


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

8: Vipers or Viperidae


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



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

6: Tiger Snake



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



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

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


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


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


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.