The ones that bite you. These are always the most deadly. Do not ignore the ones that squeeze you though, those are deadly as well, do not let one squeeze you. There are some snakes that could swallow you whole. Try to avoid those.
The King Cobra is known to be the most deadliest snake, where their venom can kill in a very short time, without treatment. Of course, there is the python which can swallow a whole human being.
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