Tiger snakes are a venomous snake species found in the southern regions of Australia, including its coastal islands, such as Tasmania. These snakes are highly variable in their colour, often banded like those on a tiger, and forms in their regional occurrences.
The inland taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus), also commonly known as the western taipan, the small-scaled snake, or the fierce snake, is an extremely venomous snake of the taipan (Oxyuranus) genus, and is endemic to semi-arid regions of central east Australia.
The red-bellied black snake (Pseudechis porphyriacus) is a species of elapid snake native to eastern Australia. Though its venom is capable of causing significant morbidity, a bite from it is not generally fatal and is less venomous than other Australian elapid snakes.
We all know that Australia is host to a number of deadly organisms, and it seems to keep producing new ones. This is the Kimberley death adder, Acanthophis cryptamydros, and although it certainly isn’t the largest snake in the world, reaching just 20 inches (51 centimeters) in length, it can still pack a rather nasty punch.