Inland taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus) - also known as the "fierce snake," this Australian native has the most potent venom of any snake in the world, with a single bite containing enough venom to kill over 100 humans.
Eastern brown snake (Pseudonaja textilis) - found throughout eastern and central Australia, this highly venomous snake is responsible for the majority of snakebite deaths in Australia.
Coastal taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus) - also known as the "common taipan," this species is found along the northeastern coast of Australia and has highly toxic venom.
Belcher's sea snake (Hydrophis belcheri) - found in the waters of the Indo-Pacific region, this species has the most toxic venom of any sea snake.
Many-banded krait (Bungarus multicinctus) - found throughout Southeast Asia, this species has highly potent venom that attacks the nervous system and can cause paralysis and respiratory failure.
Blue krait (Bungarus candidus) - also known as the "Malayan krait," this species is found throughout Southeast Asia and has highly toxic venom that attacks the nervous system.
Bar-tailed godwit - The bar-tailed godwit is a migratory bird that is capable of flying long distances over open ocean, and has been observed flying at altitudes of up to 20,000 feet (6,100 meters).
Tiger snake (Notechis scutatus) - found in southern and eastern Australia, this highly venomous snake can cause paralysis and muscle damage in humans.
Philippine cobra (Naja philippinensis) - found in the Philippines and other parts of Southeast Asia, this species has highly toxic venom that can cause respiratory failure and death within hours.
King cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) - found in Southeast Asia and parts of India, this species has highly potent venom that attacks the nervous system and can cause respiratory failure and death within hours.