The most venomous snake in the world is the inland taipan. The inland taipan is native to Australia and also known as the fierce snake or small-scaled snake. Its bite can kill 100 grown men, but it is actually very rare for humans to be bitten by the inland taipan.
The inland taipan is primarily found in Australia's deserts, and it thrives in areas that receive less than 250 mm of rain per year. The main victims of the inland taipan are small rodents and birds. It will wait until the victim dies from its bite before it begins to eat it.