Most VENOMOUS Snakes In The World!

Most VENOMOUS Snakes In The World!

from a vibrant neon viper to a serpent
that could take out an army with one bite in this video we look at the most
venomous snakes in the world number 10 yellow-bellied sea snake this
snake is also known as the pelagic sea snake or yellow-bellied sea snake and
it’s found in tropical waters all around the world depending on how observant you
are you probably guessed that this serpent got its name due to the coloring
of its abdomen the underbelly portion of this slithering creature is a two hue
pattern of yellow and brownish black so it’s easy to tell this species apart
from other sea snakes the yellow-bellied sea snake lives its entire life in the
deep blue abyss and has no problem operating smoothly in the water these
snakes are also evolved IV pourous meaning they give birth to wriggling
live young instead of the soft shelled eggs we so commonly associate with
reptiles the pelagic sea snake is one of the most widely distributed in the world
thus chances of coming into contact with one are pretty significant especially if
you’re enjoying a beachside vacation they grow up to 35 inches long and their
venom is extremely potent it contains various neurotoxins and to isoh toxins
and causes muscle and kidney damage as well as paralysis luckily there’s an
anti-venom there haven’t been any recorded fatalities in Australian waters
but there have been in other places number nine Boomslang this oddly named
serpent is the only member of the dis fallenness genus Boomslang means tree
snake in Dutch and Afrikaans they grow up to six feet long and their eyes are
unusually large they come in a lot of different colors including light green
brown and some black in blue accents the Boomslang is found in sub-saharan Africa
and is arboreal surprisingly this snake is quite scared of things that are too
big for it to eat so it flees from any potential threats and spends most of its
time hiding it mostly eats chameleons and
other lizards that live in trees it also consumes birds eggs and small mammals
although you most likely won’t meet one of these serpents face-to-face if you
did things probably wouldn’t end well for you
the Boomslang has extremely potent venom and significantly sized fangs its venom
is mostly a hemo toxin meaning that it stops the coagulation of blood and can
lead to internal and external bleeding that could result in a fatality the
toxin is slow acting allowing time for bite victims to get anti-venom but some
people believe that the wound isn’t serious after a few hours and pass away
because they don’t seek treatment number 8 king cobra also known as the
Hammad Riyad the snake is found in forests in India and throughout
Southeast Asia king cobras usually grow up to 13 feet long but the longest ever
recorded was over 19 feet its abdomen is generally cream or yellow colored and it
has smooth scales they also have two fangs in the front of their mouths they
deliver venom like needles plus king cobras are excellent hunters they have
amazing eyesight and their forked tongues are used to detect since so
these snakes can spot moving prey from about 330 feet away the king cobra
usually feeds on other snakes like pythons and rat snakes but it will eat
lizards rodents birds and other small animals when snakes aren’t readily
available these slithering creatures will try to escape when faced with a
predator but if they are provoked repeatedly they will become extremely
aggressive the king cobras venom is mostly made up of neurotoxins and it is
capable of causing a fatality with a single bite the victim will experience
blurred vision drowsiness pain vertigo and paralysis if not treated with
anti-venom however people have passed away just 30 minutes after being bitten
number 7 banded Krait this colorful critter lives in Southeast Asia it can
grow up two nearly seven feet long and is pretty
easy to identify you might not ever see a banded Krait unless you’re at the zoo
but if you happened to stumble across one in the wild then don’t go anywhere
near it this colors scream danger and you should
pay attention to the warning the banded Krait has yellow and black horizontal
stripes that cover its entire body in fact the name of its genus bungarus
comes from the telugu word for gold even if you live in Southeast Asia you
probably still won’t run into one banded crates are timid and they don’t want to
have interactions with people plus they’re nocturnal even when they’re
bothered they often won’t strike but if they do decide to latch on to you
then you need to seek medical attention quickly like the king cobra the banded
crates venom consists mostly of neurotoxins those who suffer
envenomations will experience abdominal pain dizziness vomiting and if the bite
is severe respiratory failure this will result in suffocation number 6 black
mamba although uma thurman is just as dangerous as the black mamba she’s named
after in Kill Bill we’re only talking about the snake here and it doesn’t use
a sword when it’s hunting but it doesn’t need one the Black Mamba is native to
sub-saharan Africa after the king cobra this snake is the second longest
venomous ASP they usually grow over six and a half feet long but there have been
reports of black mambas reaching nearly 15 feet in length they are arboreal and
terrestrial and they inhabit all sorts of areas including woodlands savannas
and rocky regions so they’re found just about everywhere in their native land
plus they can move at about ten miles per hour over short distances and have
hardly any natural predators even if you saw one of these snakes you wouldn’t
want to go near it they look threatening black mambas have
coffin-shaped heads gun metal all of her Brown scales in the
insides of their mouths are black plus their fangs are nearly a quarter of an
inch long the Black Mamba is one of the most feared snakes because it’s large
aggressive and has exceptionally potent venom which is primarily made of
neurotoxins early symptoms include drooping eyelids called ptosis a
metallic taste and bulbar palsy symptoms caused by the impairment of cranial
nerves other signs are severely constricted pupils problem speaking
trouble swallowing and breathing involuntary muscle contractions and the
ones we discussed in previous sections without hasty medical treatment a black
mamba victim could pass away quickly number 5 tiger snake the tiger snake is
found throughout South Australia including Tasmania it isn’t called a
tiger snake because it eats Tigers however the name comes from its
coloration their pattern is similar to that of the giant orange and black
striped cat but they aren’t always as bright a hue they usually reach about
four feet long and can be yellow orange brown olive or black
between 2005 and 2015 17 percent of recorded snake bites were caused by
tiger snakes their venom contains coagulants
neurotoxins chemo license and Myo toxins which can cause severe necrosis
if left untreated bites result in fatalities forty to sixty percent of the
time number for coastal Taipan also known as the common type an the snake is
found in northern and eastern Australia and New Guinea it is Australia’s
lengthiest venomous serpent breaching six and a half feet on average
however the longest reported specimen was nine and a half feet when threatened
the coastal Taipan will try to escape most of the time however if the danger
persist it will become aggressive and could strike several times its venom
contains tyka toxin a neurotoxin that prevents blood from clotting and affects
the nervous system after just 30 minutes a coastal Taipan bite can cause a
fatality if the victim goes untreated the risk of a casualty is
100% number-three saw-scaled Viper these snakes are also called carpet Vipers and
are found in dry areas of Africa and the Middle East there are currently 12
saw-scaled Viper species on record they usually only grow up to 35 inches long
but some are only 12 inches long when they are threatened saw-scaled Vipers
form coils in a c-shape and begin rubbing them together this produces a
sound similar to water sizzling on a hot plate
carpet Vipers will strike if the threat persist the venom contains kaito toxins
and hemo toxins preventing a bite victims blood from coagulating
saw-scaled Vipers are regarded as the species responsible for the most snake
bites and fatalities in the world number two Eastern Brown this ASP is also known
as the common brown snake it is native to central in eastern Australia and the
southern region of New Guinea it generally grows up to about five feet
long but the lengthiest ever recorded was about eight feet the eastern Browns
color ranges from dark to pale brown but it can also be russet orange olive black
or gray brown hue its tongue is dark and its pupils are black with a yellow or
orange ring around them they are active during the day and are commonly found
near people’s houses and farms because they mostly hunt rodents so if you ever
run into one run away quickly these serpents are responsible for around
sixty percent of Australia’s fatal snake bites the Eastern Brown is only outdone
by the inland Taipan regarding its venomous qualities the neurotoxins of
which can be terminal if a bite is left untreated number one inland Taipan this
snake is the most venomous on earth and is found in central in eastern australia
since it hunts mammals its venom has evolved to be life-threatening to warm
blooded species including humans the venom from a single bite from the
Taipan is enough to eliminate 100 adult men somebody bitten by one of these
snakes can pass away within 30 minutes it usually grows up to about 6 feet long
but inland Taipans have reached lengths over eight feet people generally don’t
come into contact with these dangerous creatures because they hang out in deep
crevices and seldom travel above ground

Randy Schultz

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17 thoughts on “Most VENOMOUS Snakes In The World!

  1. Master Torch says:


  2. Angel For Animals says:

    Woo boo!

  3. Tristan Hopkins says:


  4. Don’t sub to me for no reason says:

    Why are all these snakes sooo cute



  6. Nixie Dhoom says:

    WTF happened to this channel? This has nothing to do with hoaxes… and who the fuck is this narrator dude?!?!

  7. Broken says:

    Awww snake

  8. Frank Roe says:

    Why you using pics that are not boomslangs?

  9. matthew styles says:

    North america sux. Its so borrring

  10. Rejected Driftwood says:

    What happened to the hoaxes?

  11. Major Trump says:

    I hate snakes

  12. Sploofy Gaming says:

    The 2nd picture on Boomslang is a western green mamba. Get it right.

  13. OwenGonz says:

    Dude I love your videos your hilarious 😂

  14. Smetlogik says:

    Headed out to look for banded kraits and king cobras this summer. Now you made me all scared.

  15. olivia evans says:

    43 like

  16. Darryl Mackay says:

    A boomslang has pathetic tiny fangs

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