Because of the whole pollution and destruction of the ozone layer, every year there are more snakes on the roads, entering people’s houses and cars, visiting swimmers, and scaring and greeting passengers. But not all of their bites kill you. After some of their bites, you are only left with two little holes next to each other and, as soon you throw the snake from your body, you can move along. But you won’t get this lucky every time, since there are some venomous out there, whose poison doesn’t take that much time to start affecting your blood system. Some of them get you dead as soon as their teeth make a whole through your skin. This is why it is important to know what the deadliest snakes in the world are, how they look like, and how to prevent the damage they can cause.
First of all, you need to know the way scientists determinate which type of snake is the most venomous, and that’s by determination the LD50 of the venom. That is a median lethal dose that was injected into lab mice to show how many milligrams of snake’s venom per kilogram is deadliest and most fatal for the victim. The smaller value of LD50 was, the venom took less time for killing the victim. Snakes that showed the biggest portion of strongest venoms are most usually placed in Australia and it is the country where the biggest number of different kinds of snakes is deadly, even 2/3 of all of them. So, Australians, keep an eye on the road, because you never know where some deadly snake will pop up.
Being aware of the deadly snake species is very important for both you and your family. Going through the field even though you are aware that some of the deadliest snakes live there is like letting your 3-year-old crossing the road on a highway. He might get lucky crossing it with all the cars managing to avoid him, but the chances for that are 1 towards 7 million. So, in order to keep both you and your family safe, study these 20 most venomous snakes in the world and remember them good next time you go out.