Belcher’s Sea Snake: According to many experts, the Belcher’s sea snake’s venom is about a hundred times more toxic than any other snake’s in the world. One drop of venom from a King Cobra is powerful enough to kill well over 150 people, while only a few milligrams of the Belcher’s sea snake’s venom can kill over one thousand people.
Inland Taipan: The impressive thing about this snake isn’t just how venomous it is but how fast it bites. It usually kills its prey with a series of rapid accurate strikes.
Philippine Cobra: Among all cobra species, toxicology experts claim the Philippine cobra possibly possesses the most toxic venom. One bite from this deadly spitting cobra can kill a human within a half hour.
Death Adder: Unlike other snakes, the common death adder lies in wait for its prey—often for many days—until a meal passes.
Eastern Brown Snake: This snake is considered the world’s second most venomous land snake based on its LD50 value (a measure of the lethal dose of a toxin) in mice.