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Black Mamba vs Inland Taipan Snake, who is the second most poisonous snake in the world?

Time:2023-03-27 15:39:08 author:Beast Read:923次
Black Mamba vs Inland Taipan Snake, who is the second most poisonous snake in the world?

Black Mamba vs Inland Taipan Snake, one is the invincible black assassin in the African grasslands, and the other is the yellow killer who dominates the Australian desert. If these two super poisonous snakes have a one-on-one frontal hard anus, who will have the last laugh? In this video, the Director of the Exploration Bureau will decrypt it for you.

1. Black mamba

The black mamba is native to eastern and southern Africa, although most samples have an average length of 2.4 -3 meters, but can grow up to 4.3 meters long. They are number 3 on the list of the largest venomous snakes in the world, after the king cobra and the Mangshan soldering iron head. Known for their speed, these deadly snakes can glide faster than most humans can run, and are arguably the fastest of all venomous snakes, hitting 20km/h. Even more impressive than their size and speed is their venom, which can be unleashed in large quantities with each attack. In Africa, there are many records of humans being bitten by the black mamba and dying within 20 minutes. Like Australia's inland taipan, the black mamba is a member of the cobra family and therefore has rather small tusks. However, it is not the size of their fangs that is lethal, but the venomous venom these fangs release. The Black Mamba is very aggressive when provoked and will not hesitate to attack any target. They also eat other snakes, but their diet is mainly birds, especially chicks and small mammals. Lightning speed and blows, deadly fast venom, aggressive nature, isn't this your ex-girlfriend? To tell you clearly, please don't try to provoke the Black Mamba in the wild, or it will attack faster than you can wade into the hospital!

2. Inland Taipan Snake

Inland Taipan Snake, also known as Fine-scaled Taipan Snake, is native to the arid plains and grasslands of central Australia, hence its name . While they live in nearly every habitat in the world, they prefer open grasslands and pastures. As such, they are well adapted to farming or grazing and semi-urban areas, but also increase the frequency of human contact, which is responsible for most snakebites in Australia. As mentioned above, they are members of the cobra family, with small heads and elongated bodies. Their genus name is "pseudo-cobra", which literally means "false cobra" in Greek. The largest inland taipan snake can grow to around 2 meters, and males are much larger than females. Their fangs are very small, about 4 mm. Like the Black Mamba, they also glide faster than a human can run and strike very fast. It can be said that the inland Taipan snake is even more venomous than the Mamba snake. It is so venomous that it only needs to release a small amount of venom to kill its prey quickly. According to scientists, they can kill 200,000 mice with a single release of their venom. The venom of the inland taipan contains a neurotoxin that can paralyze nerves in the heart, lungs and diaphragm, suffocating the victim. They typically feed on small lizards, mice and ground-dwelling birds, but have been seen eating other types of snakes as well. Generally, they are not very aggressive unless they feel threatened, but once they are cornered they will behave like cobras. If they roll up the part of their body on the ground into an "S" shape, they intend to attack and will not retreat until an enemy is killed or the enemy retreats.

3. The Ultimate Battle

After the above analysis, it is time to fight! Black Mamba vs Inland Taipan Snake, who is the second most poisonous snake in the world? Without a doubt, while they are both the deadliest venomous snakes, capable of moving and attacking with deadly speed, there are some differences. The black mamba has stronger aggression and size advantage, while the inland taipan has stronger venom. The Black Mamba is likely the instigator of this fight as it is more aggressive. When it adopts an aggressive stance, the inland taipan may try to escape. Once cornered, the brown snake will stand up and fight. Just yesterday, an Australian friend of mine told me a story in an underground casino where she witnessed a battle between a black mamba from Africa and an outback taipan snake from Australia. The whole process took less than 5 minutes, and in the end she also made a winning bet and got a handsome reward. In the Colosseum, the Black Mamba tries to attack first, but it is not used to preying on opponents so fast. On the other hand, the inland taipan snake used its agility to evade the first attack of the black mamba. However, the Black Mamba lost his balance and was ready to attack again, but the inland Taipan Snake was smaller and thinner, making the Black Mamba smaller and less likely to attack. When the Black Mamba missed another attack and stumbled, the Inland Taipan Snake seized the opportunity and used its attack speed to make a fatal blow. The Black Mamba is a bigger target than itself, so its fangs are inserted into the Black Mamba's body without error. The stronger venom of the inland taipan quickly paralyzed the black mamba, who soon stopped breathing. To be honest, at first everyone thought that this battle would go in the other direction, because in the face of absolute power, all skills were just gimmicks, but the size advantage and aggression of the Black Mamba are actually in this kind of It didn't work under the circumstances, so it was eventually killed by the Taipan Snake in the inland! After listening to this story, the director finally came to the conclusion that the Inland Taipan Snake will have a 53.3% chance of defeating the Black Mamba! Do you agree with the Secretary's analysis and conclusions? Welcome to express your opinion in the comment area.


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