Monday, May 19, 2014

top 10 Most Venomous Snakes In World

1. Fierce Snake (Inland Taipan) 


The inland taipan   also commonly known as the western taipan  or the fierce snake.  it is  from region of central east AustraliaThe inland taipan is  most venomous snake in the world. Because of  median lethal dose value in mice, Its venom, venom of Inland Taipan most toxic of any  other snake , it is  much more venoms  than  sea snakes . bit of  110mg of venom of this snake is enough to kill about 100 Humans . 


2.Eastern Brown Snake

The eastern brown snake  , another name is Pseudonaja textilis,  eastern brown snake  is a  world's second most venomous land snake Because of its effective venum . LD50 value in mice. this dangerous sanke  native to AustraliaPapua New Guinea and Indonesia. This snake is it is active during the day time . The Brown snake is  very fast moving, can very  aggressive sanke . This sanke have neurotoxins and blood coagulants 
venum. 


3. Blue Krait 


Blue krait is a also know as Bungarus caeruleus and Indian krait  . This snake is  found in the jungles of the Indian subcontinent .  Blue karits  venom is a neurotoxin  and its a 15 times more dangerous than  venom of cobra

4 . Taipan


Taipan is a large , fast-moving and highly venomous Australian  snakes of the elapid family. The taipans are known as   the most deadly snakes. the venom of Taipan is  neurotoxic . The venom of  Taipan snake   paralyze victim's nervous system and clot the blood .


5. Black Mamba


The black mamba  is the longest venomous snake in Africa . average size of black mambas is  2.5 meters , sometimes they  grow  up to 4.3 meters  long .  It is the fastest snake in the world . the name "black mamba" is given to this  snake not because of its body colour but because of its black colour  mouth. Black mambas are also  second longest venomous snakes in the world . speeds of  black mamba is around 20 kilometers per hour.The venom of the black mamba  neurotoxic.


6. Tiger Snake


Tiger snakes are a type of venomous snake which found in Australia . Death from a bite of tiger snake can occur within 30 minutes, but usually takes 6 to 24 hours . The total length of tiger snakes up to 2.9 metres . Tiger snake venoms possess potent neurotoxins, coagulants, haemolysins and myotoxins. In most Australian states, this snakes are protected if anyone kill or injure one incurs a fine of up to $7,500, as well as a jail sentence of 18 months in some states of australia .


7. Philippine Cobra


The Philippine cobra also know as Naja philippinensis and  northern Philippine cobra . its a highly venomous spitting cobra native to the northern regions of the Philippines Philippine Cobras  venom is the most deadly of all the Cobra species .The average length of this species is 1.0 metre . The venom of the Philippine cobra is a  neurotoxin which affects  function  of  body and  cause neurotoxicity and respiratory paralysis . 

8.Vipers


The vipers  are a family of venomous snakes found all over the world . They are also known as viperids.V venom  is  contain an abundance of protein-degrading enzymes, called proteases .that produce symptoms such as pain,  swelling and necrosis, blood loss from cardiovascular damage complicated by coagulopathy, and disruption of the blood clotting system. Death is usually caused by collapse in blood pressure. This is in contrast to elapid venoms that generally contain neurotoxins that disable muscle contraction and cause paralysis. Due to the nature of proteolytic venom, a viperid bite is often a very painful experience .


9. Death Adder


Death adders is a  venomous snake  native to AustraliaNew Guinea and nearby islands, and are among the most venomous snakes in the world. Death adders can inject on average 40–100 mg of highly toxic venom with a bite . venom of Death Adder  is completely neurotoxic, containing neither haemotoxins nor myotoxins, unlike most venomous snakes.A bite from a death adder can cause paralysis



10 .Rattle - snake


Rattlesnakes are venomous snakes native to the Americas, southern Alberta and British Columbia in Canada to Central Argentina. they inject large quantities of hemotoxic venom . They hunt small animals such as birds The venom Effects bloodstream, destroying tissue and causing swelling, internal bleeding, and intense pain.
Some species, like Tiger Rattlesnake and the Mojave Rattlesnake have aneurotoxic component in their venom that causes paralysis and other nervous symptoms.