Tiger Rattlesnake:- The snake is commonly known as the pit viper snake and is found in the areas of United States and México. The snake gets the name tiger due to the many narrow dorsal cross bands, which create a pattern of vertical stripes when viewed from the side. The species are not too long with the average length less than 100 cm. The toxicity of the snake venom is considered to be the highest of all rattlesnake venoms. It has a high neurotoxic fraction that is antigenically related to Mojave toxin, and includes another component immunologically identical to crotamine.
Eastern Brown Snake:- The snake is commonly known as the common brown snake and is found in the islands of Australia, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia. The length of the adult snake can go from 3.6ft to approximately 6ft. The snake is a day predator and is notorious for its speed and aggression throughout its habitats. The eastern brown snake is considered to be the second most venomous terrestrial snake. The venom of the eastern brown snake is known to cause diarrhea, dizziness, collapse or convulsions, renal failure, paralysis and cardiac arrest.
Taipan Snake:- The snake is commonly known as the small scaled snake and is found in the continent of Australia. The species are highly venomous, but are very shy and reclusive, and always prefers to escape from threat. The taipan snake averages approximately 1.8 meters (5.9ft) in total length, although larger specimens can reach total lengths of 2.5 meters. The inland taipan consumes mostly rodents, other small mammals, and birds. The inland taipan’s venom consists mostly of neurotoxins and also taipoxin and protease enzymes.
Death Adder:- The snake is native reptile to the island continent of Australia. Common death adders have broad flattened, triangular heads and thick bodies and a body length of about a meter. The common death adder venom contains highly toxic neurotoxin which can cause paralysis or even death. It can deliver the fastest strike among all venomous snakes recorded in Australia.
Philippine Cobra:- The snake got its name from the area of its habitation, northern regions of the Philippines. The snake has an average length of about 1.0 meter (3.3ft) but the species can grow to lengths of 1.6 meters. This species of cobra is particularly fond of water, so it can be found very close to ponds, rivers, or large puddles of water. The venom of the Philippine cobra is a potent postsynaptic neurotoxin which affects respiratory function and can cause neurotoxicity and respiratory paralysis.
Blue Krait:- The snake gets its name as it appears black or bluish-black in color with a white narrow cross-bands and a narrow head. The snake is mostly found in the areas of Asia, with the average length is about 90cms. The snake is mostly a night active predator and is 15 times more deadly than the common cobra. The snake has a powerful neurotoxin, which causes the respiratory failure.
Stiletto Snakes:- The snake is mostly found in Africa and the Middle East. Most of these snakes are inoffensive or far too small to envenom ate a person effectively. Very few deaths have resulted from accidents with these snakes. The species are also called as the side biting snakes due to their ability to stab sideways even with a closed mouth.