Living mostly in inland areas of Australia, inland taipan snake that is the most venomous animal in the world can kill 100 people after 45 minutes by just a bite.
Australia is one of the natural homes of many of the world’s most dangerous venomous animals.
There are hundreds of poisonous creatures living on land and underwater in Australia that can sting and attack humans.
The terrible species in this country are Sydney funnel-web spider, redback spider, box jellyfish, sea snake, large blue-ringed octopus, cone snail, eastern brown snake…
In particular, the venomous snake named inland taipan is considered to be the “worst nightmare” for humans.
Inland Taipan is considered the most venomous snake in the world, also known as “Fierce Snake”, also known as Oxyuranus microlepidotus.
This 2.5 meter long snake is found in inland areas of Australia such as Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales, and the Northern Territory.
In addition to possessing the most terrifying biological venom on land, the inland Taipan has the ability to change color on the skin according to the season. It can turn from dark brown to dark green or olive green.
According to scientists, inland Taipan has 50 times as venomous as the cobra and 10 times more than the Mojave rattlesnake.
With an amount of 110mg of venom, Taipan can kill 100 people after 45 minutes without prompt medical intervention.
The venom once has the opportunity to penetrate into the human body will destroy the nervous system, cause blood clotting disorders, causing us to have a severe headache and paralysis of the whole body.
Inland Taipan can kill any terrestrial animal. Only a tiny amount of venom erupts after every bite, they can kill 250,000 mice