What Is the Most Dangerous Snake on Earth?

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The Inland Taipan is considered to be the most dangerous snake on earth. The maximum survival time recorded after a Taipan's bite is not more than several hours. The utmost yield recorded for one bite is 110mg, sufficient to kill approximately 100 humans, or 250,000 rats.
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The inland taipan is currently considered to be the most venomous snake in the world. It can deliver up to 110 mg of venom per bite and has LD50 rating of 0.025.
LD50 stands for median lethal dose, the amount in milligrams of a substance in a kilogram of saline solution that would kill the members of a test population at a rate of 50%.
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