Following are the top 10 deadliest snakes, More than 10000 people die every year due to COBRA bites therefore COBRA is the most dangerous snake on this planet.
(09) SAWSCALE VIPER
(08) RATTLE SNAKE (they hunt @ night and two times more deadlier than sawscale viper mostly found in Australia)
(07) DEATH ARROW
(05) TIGER SNAKE
(04) SEA SNAKE (found near panama canal)
(03) BLACK MAMBA (fastest snake on earth, speed 40 miles/hour)
(cobra saves more lifes than it takes beacause it kills man`s biggest enemies RATS which carry deadly diseases (bacteria) with them which are more deadlier than cobra`s poison)
I love the Black Mamba - fascinating snake.
Raddle Snake? You mean Rattle Snake?
The Taipan I think is the most poisonous but doesn't have the body count of the King Cobra.
Yeah, Rattle snake (spelling mistake) I made corrections.
Can you quote the source for this, and the criteria for the ranking? The number of recorded deaths per year? Toxicity of the venom? (Presumably not, since python and anaconda are constrictors). And the names are pretty vague - there are many very different cobras, for a start.
by Richard Bivins5 years ago
I got this in an email today and its the largest scariest snake ever. What do you think?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x6VhNCKw5Q
by mischeviousme5 years ago
Why would one hate a fly for flying around the room? Who would hate a mosquito for eating? Who would hate a snake for defending it's self? Who would hate themselve's for dying?
by Barbara Kay Badder5 years ago
Last year we had a Michigan rattler in our yard. Now I am seeing snake holes in my perennial flower garden. I'm not willing to give up my shrubs and gardens. How do I get rid of the snakes?
by Phyllis Doyle Burns2 years ago
A Monacled albino cobra is on the loose in Southern California. http://news.msn.com/us/search-on-for-de … californiaAuthorities think the snake escaped from captivity and the owner has not yet been found....
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