The Big Four – Venomous snake in Indian-Subcontinent

The big four snakes are most deadliest and venomous snake in Indian-subcontinent which are responsible for most human snake bite cases in Indian sub-continent (Mostly in India). The Big four are : 1:  Indian cobra (Nag or Naja) 2: Common Krait (Bungarus caeruleus) 3: Russell’s viper (Daboia russelii) 4:…

Common Krait – One of the The Big Four Snakes

Common Krait also known as Indian krait or blue krait commonly seen in the rural areas of India. Common Krait is a member of the big four species or The Big Four Snakes. Common Krait is commonly known as KALACH snake in West Bengal state of India. Common Krait’s average…

Indian Cobra – One of the The Big Four Snakes

Indian cobra is a one of the most venomous snake in the world and are profusely found in Indian subcontinent. They are famous and unique for displaying their beautiful hoods. Indian cobras are for long time revere in Indian mythology and culture. Indian cobras are considered to be…

King cobra – Longest Venomous Snake in the World

The King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is the largest venomous snake in the world. The King Cobra snake is also perhaps the most dangerous snake in the world where humans are concerned. Under conditions of high prey availability they can reach a length of 18.5 feet. Several…

Black Mamba – Longest Venomous Snake

Black mamba is Africa’s longest venomous snake and the African mythology exaggerates their capabilities to legendary proportions. Black mamba is also one of the fastest snakes in the world and can move smoothly over a surface with a twisting or oscillating motion at speeds of up…