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Though the black mamba snake is actually olive brown in color, it gets its name from the blue-black on the inside of its mouth. The black mamba is widely considered the deadliest snake in the world.

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The speed of a snake depends on the species and size. On average, the fastest a snake moves is between 5 and 8 mph. The world's fastest snake is the Black Mamba, which can reach speeds of 10 to 12 mph in short bursts.

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One type of fast-moving venomous snake is the Black Mamba. It is one of the deadliest snakes in Africa, and also one of the fastest moving snakes in the world.

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The common kingsnake is one snake that is black and white in color. This snake is found throughout the United States and in other countries.

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Herpetologists believe that either the black mamba or the coastal taipan is the most dangerous snake in the world. The black mamba is the second longest venomous snake on earth and is very fast and unpredictable. The coa...

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The black mamba is the fastest snake in the world. It can travel at speeds of over 6.8 miles per hour over a distance of 43 feet. It is native to Africa, specifically around the grasslands and savannah regions of central...

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The green mamba snake is a venomous species of the Elapidae family native to the forests of southeastern Africa. The smallest of the four mamba species, adult green mamba snakes reach an average of 6 to 7 feet in length.

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