12 Deadliest Snakes in the World



The last species in the “Big four” group of the most dangerous of the world, Saw-scaled viper is commonly found in India, Sri Lanka and parts of Africa. Powerful and impressively fast, its bite is painful, causes swelling and can lead to death. Its color varies between yellow and light brown, with black stains. The smallest of the Big Four group, Echis Carinatus can grow up to 31 inches.


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  1. I have seen NAT GEO related to same topic & they have covered all snakes. But as per NAT GEO,Taipan is #1 dangerous snake

  2. Drop these snakes in buckets on rogue states horrible nasty child sex abusers let them twist and twirl then send them all to hell screaming. Dont like the snakes, dont like the so called humans either and this way execution doesnt cause nuclear fall out.

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