Inland Taipan: The most venomous snake with extremely toxic venom that shows quick effects after a bite
Saw-Scaled Viper: Small in size but deadly, it can kill a human within hours despite injecting a small amount of venom.
Eastern Diamondback: Largest venomous snake in North America, but typically avoids human contact unless provoked.
Boomslang: Inflicts internal bleeding with its venom, causing excruciating death due to hemorrhages.
Mojave Rattlesnake: Found in deserts, its venom has a stronger impact on the nervous system compared to other rattlesnakes.
Black Mamba: Africa's deadliest snake, capable of delivering multiple bites at high speed, requiring just two drops of venom to kill
Cottonmouth Moccasin: Known for its white mouth, it belongs to the pit viper family along with copperheads and rattlesnakes.
King Cobra: Possesses incredible visual abilities and injects a large amount of venom per bite, capable of causing mass fatalities.
Olive Sea Snake: Common in tropical waters, it immobilizes its prey with venom and holds it until it stops moving.