World’s Most Venomous Snakes
Black Mamba: is regarded as the second-fastest snake in the world after the sidewinder. Black mambas are found in Africa and are 2 to 4 meters long (6 to 13 feet).
Boomslang Brown:is a highly venomous snake found in sub-Saharan Africa. It is 3 to 5 feet long and weighs about 0.4 to 1.1 pounds. Their females are brown, while males have green scales with blue.
Fer-de-lance:also known as the barba amarilla or the common lancehead, is also among the deadliest snakes in southern Mexico and northern South America. It is about 1.2 to 2 meters long.
Coastal Taipan:Their colors vary from olive to dark brown or dark gray to black. They have reddish eyes and are 1.5 to 2 meters long, with fangs that reach about 13mm.
King Cobra:have impressive eyesight and can spot prey or a person 100 meters away, but they generally don’t attack humans unless provoked.
Russell’s Viper:is also among the most venomous snakes and is native to the Indian Subcontinent.It is only about 3.3 to 3.5 feet long. The Russell’s viper color varies from deep yellow to dark brown.
The Gaboon Viper:is among the deadly snakes found in West Africa. It grows 4 to 6 feet long and weighs around 20 to 25 pounds. Its coloration varies from pink and purple to light and dark brown.
Banded Krait:are a venomous species of snake found in southern China, Southeast Asia, and India. They are up to 2.7 meters long (9 feet) with colors that range from black to dark-bluish-black.
Puff Adder:is among the deadliest snake species found in the savannah and grasslands of Africa and Morocco. It has a stout body and is about 3 feet long on average but can grow up to 6 feet .
Tiger Snake: They are approximately 1.2 to 1.6 meters long, though some can go up to 2 meters. They weigh about 0.8 to 2.9 pounds. Their body colors vary from gray-brown to black.