Which snake has the deadliest venom? Who would win in the nature’s deadliest encounter where stings, spikes, and deadly venom are wielded with cold-blooded precision?
Venom level ranges differed among the groups, with peak levels of less than 13 ng/ml, 32 ng/ml, and 120 ng/ml for the mild, moderate, and severe groups, respectively.
We have to stress that venom and poison are not the same thing. The terms are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same.
They are both a toxic substance that can potentially harm or kill you. But the main difference lies in the way they are delivered to the unfortunate victim.
And if you think snakes are the only predators with deadly venom, think again. This documentary takes a look at all the different venomous creatures you can find in nature. And how venom has evolved over the years.
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