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  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 most venomous animals.

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  • Toxic venom.

  • Small amounts cause hemorrhaging, even death.

  • Even in humans, one thing is clear.

  • You'd rather not be bitten by one for this list.

  • We're looking at animals that inject the deadliest toxins into their victims were taking into account their danger to humans and their venoms.

  • Median lethal dose or LD 50 for short.

  • The lower that number, the deadlier the venom.

  • Which one of these critters scares you the most?

  • Let us know.

  • In the comments below Number 10, the Brazilian wandering spider wander wherever you want, buddy, just don't come where we live.

  • It's called a wandering spider, and the reason it's it's called a wandering spider is it doesn't build a Web.

  • It just continually wanders in search of food.

  • The Brazilian wandering spider is frequently called the deadliest in the world by the famous Guinness Book of World Records.

  • These guys have a really nasty venom.

  • It actually kills a number of humans every year, and if you live in South America, there's a very real chance it might wander by your home.

  • Their nomadic habits and numerous habitats mean they can easily stumble into residential neighborhoods.

  • Thankfully, they don't seem to bite humans very often.

  • When they dio, they usually don't inject enough venom to kill.

  • This potent weapon makes the wandering spider ah, hunter of incredible power, able to kill insects, lizards and mice animals as large as the spider itself.

  • That's surprisingly merciful for a creature whose venom has an LD 50 of 500.134 mg per kilogram, meaning that 50% of test subjects are killed from just 500.134 mg of venom per kilogram of body mass.

  • That's many, many times more toxic than cyanide, and we're just getting started.

  • One thing is clear.

  • You'd rather not be bitten by one number nine.

  • The boom slang Gilly, we'd maybe innocuous but boom slang skin.

  • Turns out that booms.

  • Lang is more than just a silly name for a potion ingredient and Harry Potter.

  • It's actually the name of a very serious snake that, honestly looks kind of adorable way to tell us.

  • A bomb Signs got very blunt shaped, nose shaped head on big, big eyes got excellent eyesight these snakes, but booms.

  • Lang's can kill you with an average LD 50 of around 0.1 mg per kilogram found in the African savannah booms.

  • Lang's like to hide in trees and shrubs, waiting to prey on animals like birds and communions it as he mo toxic venit.

  • Small amounts cause hemorrhaging, even death, even in humans, so it might be a good idea toe.

  • Look twice before you climb up for that perfect photo of a herd of zebras.

  • If you do get bitten, don't panic.

  • The venom works slowly and there is an anti venom.

  • You should have several hours to get help.

  • Number eight.

  • Russell's Viper With an LD 50 of 500.133 mg per kilogram.

  • The venom of Russell's Viper isn't much more potent than the boom slang, but it kills a lot more people.

  • Why Location, Location, location.

  • The boom slang is a pretty relaxed snake and doesn't hang out in places Humans tend to go, but Russell's viper is aggressive, widespread in India and tends to appear near populous areas.

  • There have been more than a few cases where people have run into them while headed to outdoor bathrooms at night.

  • And considering how venomous Russell's vipers are, a bite after dark could be a very dangerous occurrence.

  • Number seven, the many banded crate found in marshes throughout China and Southeast Asia, the many banded crate prefers to be left alone.

  • You probably won't have to see the distinctive bands it has on its body if you don't go looking for it.

  • But if you do end up startling a many bandit crate, you better watch out.

  • Admittedly, it's not nearly as harmful to people as it's much more aggressive, cousin the Indian crate.

  • But that's not because it's venom is weak.

  • In fact, within LD 50 of 500.9 mg per kilogram, this snake can easily be fatal to victims that don't get treatment.

  • Luckily, the many bended crate tends to be timid.

  • Number six.

  • The South American Rattlesnake.

  • If you thought North American rattlesnakes were bad, wait until you hear about the ones that lives south of the equator.

  • South American rattlesnakes Air found just about everywhere in the continent's lowlands.

  • Although they're not particularly aggressive to humans, that widespread range is, frankly, a little scary.

  • Why?

  • Because with an LD 50 of 500.478 mg per kilogram Their bite tends to kill over 70% of the people who don't receive anti venom, but those who get treatment are not safe.

  • Ah, shocking.

  • 11% of people who receive anti venom still perish.

  • So even with medical help, ah, bite from this rattler has around a one in 10 shot of killing you.

  • Least there.

  • Rattlers might give you a fair warning before they bring the pain.

  • Number five.

  • The Du Bois Sea snake.

  • Ask any serious snake enthusiasts and they will tell you see, snakes have a reputation for being particularly deadly, but that's only partly true.

  • Human deaths from sea snake bites are actually quite rare, since these real life sea serpents tend to be pretty chill.

  • When they do bite humans, they tend to do it dry, meaning they don't inject their venom.

  • After all, why waste some perfectly good death juice when they could just scare you away?

  • But if you do get one mad enough to bite you properly, good luck.

  • Sea snake venom is ridiculously potent.

  • With an LD 50 of 500.44 mg per kilogram.

  • The Dubois Sea snake is the deadliest of the species.

  • It's also the third most venomous snakes on earth.

  • Yeah, there's more Coming Number four.

  • The box jellyfish.

  • They could be beautiful while in the water, but box jellyfish can pose a cautionary tale for unassuming swimmers and beach Go, Let's step away from snakes for a minute and check in with another deadly creature box.

  • Jellyfish may not look like much, but you should not judge a book by its cover.

  • They could get surprisingly mean for a creature that appears so squishy.

  • What makes them so dangerous to man are their tentacles on adult box jellyfish.

  • Congrats up to 40 of, um, and each one contains around 50 stinging cells.

  • A species of the box jellyfish known as the sea wasp has an LD 50 of 500.4 mg per kilogram, making its venom as potent as any sea snake.

  • Its sting can also cause intense pain and even send swimmers into cardiac arrest Before they reached the shore.

  • Even patients who get treated with anti venom could be left in pain for up to two weeks.

  • Number three, the Eastern brown snake and there's the little beauty.

  • Alright, it's time to get back to snakes.

  • But what a reptile the eastern brown snake is initially, it may not look or sound that intimidating, but despite its bland name and color scheme, it can very much kill you if you're not careful.

  • Like most snakes.

  • Three Eastern Brown is shy, the catch it off guard and it doesn't hesitate to strike.

  • We're not kidding, Thanks to its potent LD 50 of 500.365 mg per kilogram and a tendency to thrive in human populated areas, the Eastern Brown snake is responsible for around 60% of snakebite deaths in Australia.

  • On a continent known for its venomous snakes, the fact that this creature kills more people than any of its relatives is terrifyingly impressive.

  • Number two, the inland taipan.

  • You didn't think we were done with Australia, did you?

  • If you've been bitten by a taipan snake, you have to think fast.

  • Her strike is incredibly fast and devastatingly accurate.

  • Are you on the coast or inland?

  • Why would it matter?

  • Because when it comes to the taipan snake that venom maybe more dangerous, depending on your location, it's estimated that one bite delivers enough venom to kill it.

  • Least 100 fully grown humans.

  • The inland tai pans venom is more dangerous than its coastal cousin.

  • With an LD 50 of 500.25 mg per kilogram.

  • It's one of the most venomous snakes in the world.

  • The venom is is very complex, but the main constituent part is what's called a neuro toxin.

  • That is a toxin that affects the nervous system and it's very, very fast acting.

  • Thankfully, they prefer to spend most of their time underground.

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  • Avoid the scorching heat of the Australian sun, making bites rare since it's more likely to run than fight unless you corner it.

  • Don't put this snake in a corner.

  • Well, that hasn't happened to me before, or anybody else.

  • Anybody alive, that is.

  • Just think the deadliest snake on earth came up and gave me a lick.

  • Good thing she didn't like the taste much.

  • Before we unveil our topic, here are some honorable mentions the Maricopa Harvester Ant with an LD 50 of 500.12 mg per kilogram, The world's most venomous insect, the King cobra within LD 50 of 1.28 mg per kilogram for instant recognizability this size.

  • He kind of expected to be a python, but it's not.

  • It is the largest venomous snake in the world.

  • The assassin Caterpillar within LD.

  • 50 of 500.19 mg per kilogram.

  • The world's scariest inchworm.

  • The Funnel Web spider, with LD 50 of 500.16 mg per kilogram Second place in the Iraq need category In terms of temperament, the Sydney funnel webs are just ill tempered, cranky spiders.

  • It's the grumpy old man of the booth, you know, the blue crate with an LD 50.1 mg per kilogram almost as deadly as its many banded cousin Malene Crate is one of the few Asian snakes carrying a purely neurotoxic venom.

  • As a nocturnal hunter, it stalks its prey in darkness by following scent trails, often entering through an open window or door.

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  • Number one.

  • The Geography Cone Snail.

  • It looks harmless, but appearances can be deceiving.

  • What?

  • That little thing?

  • Surely you just.

  • But if you see a shell like this at the beach, it's one that you absolutely do not want to pick up.

  • Cone snails can lash out with a literal barbed harpoon the size of a hypodermic needle to inject the venom.

  • With an LD 50 of between 500.12 and 0.3 mg per kilogram.

  • There's not even an anti venom for its toxin.

  • Fish hunting snails, air particularly dangerous with venom strong enough to kill a human.

  • If you get stung, you've just got to go on life support Until the toxins wear off.

  • They typically inhabit shallow reefs in the Indo Pacific.

  • Instead of trying to pick up this shell, you should just bring home a novelty T shirt.

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