Extremely Large and Dangerous Reptiles

The 25-pound Gaboon Viper is the world's largest venomous snake. They're calm but quick-witted. They use thermal pits to locate warm-blooded prey. Gaboon Vipers ambush prey under foliage and in thickets.

Gaboon Viper

The Coastal Taipan is Australia's longest deadly snake, however its venom is milder than the Inland Taipan's. Taipans hunt energetically. They deliver a lethal bite then detach, leaving the poison to work.

Coastal Taipans

Africa's longest poisonous snakes are Black Mambas. Swift and dangerous, Black Mambas are. Snakes without legs may reach 12 mph. Despite their venom and speed, Black Mambas seldom kill anyone.

 Black Mamba

Longest venomous marine snake is Yellow Marine Snake. Yellow Sea Snake venom toxicity unknown. Yellow Sea Snakes are elapidae, which includes cobras , corals snake, and sea snakes. Neurotoxic venom from elapids.

 Yellow Sea Snake 

Female Fer-de-lances grow faster and bigger than men. In South America, the Fer-de-lance causes the most snakebites. These snakes live near human settlements, which may explain their reputation for attacking people.


Eastern Brown Snakes are huge and poisonous. Its favoured diet of rodents attracts the Eastern Brown Snake to farming and urban areas where rodents are numerous, leading to a considerable amount of run-ins with people.

 Eastern Brown Snake

Eastern Diamondbacks are the longest rattlesnake in North America. Rattlesnakes are recognised for their rattle-like tail. Rattlesnakes vibrate this structure to warn of danger. This nicknamed them buzztails.

Eastern Diamondbacks 

The longest venomous snake is the King Cobra. The longest was 19 feet. King Cobra's latin name means snake eater since they consume snakes and monitor lizards.

 King Cobra

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