These are the 8 of the world's most deadliest snakes

Inland Taipan - Also known as the "fierce snake," this Australian serpent possesses venom with the highest toxicity of any snake species, making it one of the most dangerous reptiles

Coastal Taipan - Another highly venomous Australian snake, known for its potent neurotoxic venom and lightning-fast strikes, earning it a fearsome reputation in its native habitats.

Black Mamba - Native to Africa, the black mamba is one of the fastest and most aggressive snakes, capable of delivering multiple lethal bites with its potent venom.

Eastern Brown Snake - Found in Australia, this snake is responsible for the majority of snakebite deaths in the country due to its highly potent venom and widespread distribution.

King Cobra - Known for its size, hood, and potent venom, the king cobra is one of the deadliest snakes in the world, found primarily in Southeast Asia.

Saw-scaled Viper - Found in Africa, the Middle East, and the Indian subcontinent, this snake is known for its small size, aggressive behavior, and potent cytotoxic venom.

Russell's Viper - Found in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and parts of the Middle East, this viper is responsible for numerous snakebite fatalities due to its powerful hemotoxic venom.

Belcher's Sea Snake - This marine snake, found in the waters of Southeast Asia, is one of the most venomous snakes in the world, although encounters with humans are rare due to its habitat