Collette’s Snakes Are The World’s Nineteenth Most Venomous
Collett’s snake received its name from a Norwegian zoologist named Robert Collet, who found a young one and noticed that it was a different variety than previously identified. This Australian species is also called Collett’s Cobra, Down’s Tiger snake, or Collett’s Black snake.
Even though these snakes are highly venomous and have been known to injure many people, they’re popular as house pets. People who are bitten by Collette’s snakes experience abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and severe headaches. If left untreated, the victim will go into acute renal failure.