The king cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is the world's longest venomous snake, with a length up to 5.6 m (18.5 ft). This species is widespread throughout Southeast Asia and parts of India, and is found mostly in forested areas. The king cobra can be fierce and agile, and can deliver a large quantity of highly potent venom in a single bite. It is one of the most dangerous and feared Asiatic snakes.
King Cobra is one of the most feared snakes in the world and with good reason. Although it is not the most poisonous snake in the world, it is definitely the longest poison snake around. It has enough venom in a single bite to take down an elephant and that should be reason enough to be afraid of it.
#2. Most of the most deadly snakes in the world. "Not only is this snake highly venomous, but it is the largest venomous snake found in Australia, with adults ranging in size from 6.5 to 12 feet in length. This snake also has the longest fangs of any venomous Australian snake; around 1/2 inch.
5 Most Dangerous Animals in the World | Greenopolis This snake, which also lives in Australia, is considered the most poisonous on the planet. One bite contains enough venom to kill 100 people. Lucky for us, this snake has a docile nature and doesn’t pay human much mind. It typically eats rodents, small mammals, birds and rats.
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The Mexican Axolotl (pronounced ACK-suh-LAH-tuhl) salamander has the rare trait of retaining its larval features throughout its adult life. This condition, called neoteny, means it keeps its tadpole-like dorsal fin, which runs almost the length of its body, and its feathery external gills, which protrude from the back of its wide head.