These are the most dangerous snakes in the world.

Inland Taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus): Also known as the "fierce snake" or "small-scaled snake," the inland taipan is considered the most venomous snake in the world. Its venom is highly potent, containing neurotoxins, procoagulants, and myotoxins. Fortunately, encounters with humans are rare due to its remote habitat in central Australia. 

Belcher's Sea Snake (Hydrophis belcheri): Found in the waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Belcher's sea snake possesses one of the most toxic venoms of any snake. However, it is not known for aggressive behavior and generally avoids contact with humans. 

Dubois' Sea Snake (Aipysurus duboisii): Another highly venomous sea snake, Dubois' sea snake inhabits the waters of northern Australia and Southeast Asia. Its venom contains potent neurotoxins, but bites are extremely rare due to the snake's elusive nature. 

Coastal Taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus): This species, also known as the "common taipan" or "coastal taipan," is found in northern and eastern Australia. Its venom is highly potent and can cause severe neurotoxic effects, but fatalities are rare due to the snake's reclusive behavior. 

Black Mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis): Native to sub-Saharan Africa, the black mamba is known for its speed, agility, and potent venom. Its venom is primarily neurotoxic, causing rapid paralysis and death if left untreated. Despite its name, the black mamba's coloration ranges from gray to olive-brown. 

Eastern Brown Snake (Pseudonaja textilis): Found in Australia, the eastern brown snake is responsible for the majority of snakebite deaths in the country. Its venom is highly toxic, containing neurotoxins and procoagulants that can lead to rapid paralysis and organ failure. 

Tiger Snake (Notechis scutatus): Native to Australia, the tiger snake is known for its aggressive behavior and potent venom. Its venom contains a mix of neurotoxins, myotoxins, and coagulants, which can cause paralysis, muscle damage, and internal bleeding. 

Russell's Viper (Daboia russelii): Found in South Asia and Southeast Asia, Russell's viper is responsible for numerous snakebite deaths in its range. Its venom contains hemotoxins and coagulants, causing symptoms such as tissue necrosis, internal bleeding, and organ failure. 

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