12 Deadliest Snakes in the World



Common Krait is the second most dangerous snake in the world. The common place to find this snake is in India and Pakistan. Its bite can provoke paralysis of the muscle, and just in India, this species causes up to 10 thousand deaths per year. The color of Common Krait of black with some white crossbars. The male of the species can reach 5 feet while the female achieves maximum 3 feet.