The majority of snake venoms typically act gradually, allowing ample ᴛι̇ɱe to locate the appropriate antivenom during emergencies. However, there exists a singular species that shatters this very notion.
If you have to prey on predators, you must become the deadliest of them all!
The blue coral snake is native to Southeast Asia whose venom can activate all of the vicᴛι̇ɱ’s nerves at once. This leads to paralysis, full-body spasms, and a really painful and quick death.
To date, there is no antivenom for this deadly blue coral snake bite.
What’s also interesting about this snake is that it actually specializes in preying on other snakes like the king cobra. Maybe this is why they are equipped with such a fast-acting super-lethal venom, because they hunt dangerous venomous animals themselves.