World’s Deadliest: Reptiles

These are some of the most deadly reptiles on the planet!

1.) Salt Water Crocodile

  • Super aggressive, especially during the mating season.
  • Very smart they use ambush and patience to kill prey.
  • Using its tail as spring board,  these animals can lunge at frightening speeds.
  • Very strong. They have the strongest bite force on the planet and a wicked powerful tail.

2.) King Cobra

  • When they are defending their nets or themselves they are super aggressive but typically they not aggressive.
  • Very smart.
  • Super fast can move at speeds up to two meters in a second when they strike.

3.) Black Mamba

  • Very deadly. This is the deadliest snake. They kill more people in Africa than any other animal.
  • Typically aggressive if startled or on the nest.
  • Very smart.

4.) Komodo Dragon

  • Very powerful in bite and with their tail.
  • They have very high levels of toxins in their saliva that causes sever infection.
  • Very smart. They calculate attacks and track prey for miles and days.

5.) Anaconda

  • Powerful constricting force and bite.
  • Very smart.
  • Fast when started or striking.

Answer to Fun Fact!:

C.) 3

Elephants can smell water from 3 miles away

Fun Fact!: A chicken with red earlobes will produce brown eggs, and a chicken with white earlobes will produce white eggs.

A.) True

B.) False

Answer in next blog!

English: Komodo dragon in the Smithsonian Nati...

English: Komodo dragon in the Smithsonian National Zoological Park (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah)

King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Anaconda y boa constrictor

Anaconda y boa constrictor (Photo credit: pierre pouliquin)

Salt water Croc

English: Black mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis)
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