The most venomous snake in the world is the inland taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus). It is also known as the fierce snake. The venom of the inland taipan is incredibly potent, containing a mix of neurotoxins, procoagulants, and myotoxins. The venom is estimated to be 50 times more toxic than that of a common cobra.

However, it’s worth noting that venom potency is not the sole factor in determining the danger posed by a snake. Factors such as snake behavior, habitat, and the availability of antivenom also play significant roles. It is always important to exercise caution and avoid contact with venomous snakes.


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