When it comes to comes to Venomous Creature the first thing that comes in our mind is about Snakes! Although there are only very few species of Snakes that can cause Harm to Human but we are afraid of all of them.Most of us are hardly aware of that there are some other Creatures that are more Venomous and Harmful then a snake. Some of these creatures are beautiful as well as dangerous.Can you believe that a snake has the potential to kill 100 human adults at once or that touching a small frog can take your life? 

Take a look at 15 of the most venomous creatures on Earth.
 

# Belcher Sea Snake 

Belcher Sea Snake 

Reportedly the most poisonous of all snakes, this marine reptile can kill a human within 30 minutes. Fortunately it is a relatively docile snake and doesn’t normally attack humans. These are found in the Indian Ocean off the coasts of Thailand and the Philippines.
 
 

# Redback spider

Redback spider

 
Generally found in Australia, these spiders carry lethal neurotoxins which can cause serious harm to a human body and may kill a person if there is no anti-venom available for treatment. Most bites occur during summers and are inflicted by the female redbacks as they are more toxic, larger in size and survive four times longer than a male redback.


# Deathstalker scorpion

Deathstalker scorpion 

These are very aggressive scorpions that primarily reside in North Africa and the Middle East and cause more than 75 percent of deaths related to scorpions every year. Adults usually feel insufferable pain from a sting, but children are at risk of death, as they may become paralyzed and suffer from fever, coma and convulsions before their lungs fill up and cut off the flow of air.


# Brazilian Wandering Spider

Brazilian Wandering Spider


According to Guinness Book of World Records, these spiders are the world’s most venomous, and a drop of their venom is enough to take a life. What makes it a bigger threat to humans is that when the arachnid is not actively hunting, or wandering, at night to find prey, it hides during the day, and in densely populated areas, those hiding spots are in places like homes, cars and shoes, leading to encounters with people.


# Box jellyfish

Box jellyfish


Arguably the world’s most venomous animal, the box jellyfish has killed more than 5,000 people since 1954. Its overpowering venom attacks the heart, nervous system and skin. They can be found widely in tropical and subtropical oceans.


# Boomslang

Boomslang


One of the most venomous African snakes, the Boomslang, is relatively shy and doesn't generally attack humans. But if it does, its venom can be life threatening, as it contains an anticoagulant that can lead to a slow death because of unstoppable bleeding.


# Blue-ringed Octopus

Boomslang


Found in the tide pools in the Pacific Ocean, the blue-ringed octopus can easily kill more than 25 people within minutes with the venom it contains. There is no anti-venom available, which makes the blue-ringed octopus one of the most dangerous marine animals.


# Carpet Viper

Carpet Viper

These snakes are known to be the cause of the most snake-related deaths in Asian and African nations, and interestingly, the venom of a female viper is twice as toxic as the venom of a male.


# King Cobra

King Cobra


This reptile is the longest venomous snake inhabiting in Southern Asia, and it can kill an elephant with a single strike in minutes, injecting five times more venom than a black mamba.
 

# Puffer fish

Puffer fish


Puffer fish are known to be the second-most poisonous vertebrates and can cause rapid and violent death. Surprisingly, people eat puffer fish in Japan and Korea, but only licensed chefs are allowed to cook them. 
 
 

# Cone snail

Cone snail


Also known as the cigarette snail, they can take 20 human lives within few minutes with a drop of their venom. These snails are usually found in warm and tropical seas in the Mediterranean or western Indo-Pacific regions. 
 
 

# Poison dart frog

Poison dart frog


These frogs breed in the humid, tropical environment of Central and South America, and are found in several colors including yellow, blue, green and red. They don’t inject poison through their mouth but through their skin, so even touching these frogs may lead to sudden death.


# Black mamba


Inhabiting in sub-Saharan Africa, these terrestrial snakes are highly aggressive, fast-moving predators. Infamous for attacking humans, people also call them the “kiss of death,” as its venom can kill a person with a single strike within an hour.


# Stonefish