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5 of the Deadliest Snakes


At Rodent Pro we love snakes and our customers are some of the best snake owners in the world. We work with our customers to find the best snake food available, like frozen mice and frozen rats. However, not everyone shares a love for snakes as many of these animals can be deadly or poisonous when found in the wild. Below we will list five of the deadliest snakes, none of which make good pets.

  • Black Mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis): Found in Africa, the black mamba is feared because of its size and ability to move quickly. The snake is not actually black, it ranges in colors from dark brown to grey, but the inside of its mouth is black.
  • Eastern Tiger Snake (Notechis scutatus): This snake is found in southern Australia and some of the surrounding islands. Similar to African and Asian cobras, this snake will flatten its neck and head as it prepares to strike.
  • Saw-Scaled Viper (Echis carinatus): One of the most aggressive snakes, the saw-scaled viper is thought to be one of the most deadly snakes. While its venom isn't fateful for many people, the aggressive nature of this snake have put it in the category of "most dangerous snakes."
  • King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah): The king cobra is one of the longest, most venomous snakes in the world. Venom from this snake is so strong and deadly that it is able to kill an elephant in only a few hours!
  • Inland or Western Taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus): Known as the fierce snake, this reptile has venom that results in paralyzed muscles, hemorrhaging, breathing issues, and muscle damage. Without a doubt, the venom from this snake is one of the deadliest.
 

 

 

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