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World's Deadliest Snakes

An intimidating Water Moccasin close-up profile. A common habit of these snakes is that they keep holding their head at a 45 angle. The venom of this snake destroys the blood cells, which leads to a reduction in the clotting of the blood, and finally hemorrhage of the body parts.
World's Deadliest Snakes takes a look at some of the most extreme snakes around the world, highlighting their capabilities, the secrets to their successes, and their many guises.