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Deadliest Snakes in the World

Deadliest Snakes in the World

There are few living things that create fear and loathing like snakes, and these serpents are among the world’s deadliest creatures. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT.
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from LovesOutdoors 7/3/2012 at 09:33pm

Australia is a nest-bed for killers. Snakes, spiders, sharks, box jelly fish, sea snakes, stone fish, poison octopus and others that I can't think of. We are lucky here in the United States. It not as dangerous in the great outdoors.

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from jalander 6/18/2011 at 02:04am

This was very informative. These snakes can give one a lot of trouble. However, all snakes can be vital even if they don't bite. Any one of them can give a fellow a heart attack!

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from 25-06 guy 6/17/2011 at 09:40pm

Great story on the snakes, it is very informative. I won't be in Australia any time soon.

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from DJinNC 6/17/2011 at 02:23pm

Red touch Black, okay Jack; Red touch Yellow you're a dead fellow

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from DJinNC 6/17/2011 at 02:22pm

Red touch black, okay Jack; Red touch yellow, you're a dead fellow

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from JAMES09 6/17/2011 at 12:01pm

WOW!!!
Snakes can be some lean mean & nasty critters!! worse than I ever thought. EEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!

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from AZHunter 4/28/2011 at 04:03pm

Yes, both of those are coral snakes. The first one is the eastern US species and the 2nd one is the western US species. Its also important to note that there are coral snakes in Mexico, Central, and South America that DO NOT look like "typical" coral snakes with the red, yellow, and black bands. There are a few, such as the Variable Coral Snake, the Mayan Coral Snake, and the Central American Coral Snake that look nothing like "typical" coral snakes so be careful!

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from Bob Hansen 4/19/2011 at 03:59pm

Are you sure that BOTH of the banded snakes are coral snakes?

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from Buddha12 4/4/2011 at 02:32pm

They say the rattlesnakes in west Texas have stopped rattling when disturbed. They believe it is because of the feral hog infestation, and the hogs thinking the snakes are a delicacy. Makes them more dangerous though.

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from I_Like_To_Hunt 4/3/2011 at 12:12pm

I've been bit by snakes twice, and it's pretty painful.

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from mesarich 4/2/2011 at 04:04pm

I always heard it red on black, friend of Jack, red on yellow, kill a fellow.

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from cappaletti 4/2/2011 at 07:06am

very interesting and informative..how about the gaboon viper, fer-de-lance and bushmaster?

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from montananative 4/2/2011 at 12:58am

O wow, while going through this I was thinking about saying, at least in Montana all we have to worry about is rattle snakes and I'm glad I don't live in Australia.
But never mind. Now I think I should just move to Ireland lol. Not really though, I guess at least still I only have to worry about 1 poisonus snake here. Make lots of noise while walking in snake country!

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from chiefchigger 4/1/2011 at 02:31pm

It is apparent to me that Australia is an excellent place to be from; far, far awar from.

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from chiefchigger 4/1/2011 at 02:25pm

"Black on red, Go ahead."

"Black on yellow, kill a fellow!"

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from chiefchigger 4/1/2011 at 02:25pm

"Black on red, Go ahead."

"Black on yellow, kill a fellow!"

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from chiefchigger 4/1/2011 at 02:31pm

It is apparent to me that Australia is an excellent place to be from; far, far awar from.

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from mesarich 4/2/2011 at 04:04pm

I always heard it red on black, friend of Jack, red on yellow, kill a fellow.

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from Buddha12 4/4/2011 at 02:32pm

They say the rattlesnakes in west Texas have stopped rattling when disturbed. They believe it is because of the feral hog infestation, and the hogs thinking the snakes are a delicacy. Makes them more dangerous though.

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from montananative 4/2/2011 at 12:58am

O wow, while going through this I was thinking about saying, at least in Montana all we have to worry about is rattle snakes and I'm glad I don't live in Australia.
But never mind. Now I think I should just move to Ireland lol. Not really though, I guess at least still I only have to worry about 1 poisonus snake here. Make lots of noise while walking in snake country!

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from I_Like_To_Hunt 4/3/2011 at 12:12pm

I've been bit by snakes twice, and it's pretty painful.

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from AZHunter 4/28/2011 at 04:03pm

Yes, both of those are coral snakes. The first one is the eastern US species and the 2nd one is the western US species. Its also important to note that there are coral snakes in Mexico, Central, and South America that DO NOT look like "typical" coral snakes with the red, yellow, and black bands. There are a few, such as the Variable Coral Snake, the Mayan Coral Snake, and the Central American Coral Snake that look nothing like "typical" coral snakes so be careful!

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from 25-06 guy 6/17/2011 at 09:40pm

Great story on the snakes, it is very informative. I won't be in Australia any time soon.

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from LovesOutdoors 7/3/2012 at 09:33pm

Australia is a nest-bed for killers. Snakes, spiders, sharks, box jelly fish, sea snakes, stone fish, poison octopus and others that I can't think of. We are lucky here in the United States. It not as dangerous in the great outdoors.

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from cappaletti 4/2/2011 at 07:06am

very interesting and informative..how about the gaboon viper, fer-de-lance and bushmaster?

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from Bob Hansen 4/19/2011 at 03:59pm

Are you sure that BOTH of the banded snakes are coral snakes?

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from JAMES09 6/17/2011 at 12:01pm

WOW!!!
Snakes can be some lean mean & nasty critters!! worse than I ever thought. EEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!

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from DJinNC 6/17/2011 at 02:23pm

Red touch Black, okay Jack; Red touch Yellow you're a dead fellow

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from jalander 6/18/2011 at 02:04am

This was very informative. These snakes can give one a lot of trouble. However, all snakes can be vital even if they don't bite. Any one of them can give a fellow a heart attack!

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from DJinNC 6/17/2011 at 02:22pm

Red touch black, okay Jack; Red touch yellow, you're a dead fellow

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