What is the most poisonous thing in the world
The most poisonous substance in the world is venomous species of cone snails (Conidae), including the file and glass conekta snail. These are found all over the world, with the largest numbers in South America.The small, dark-colored glass conekta snail of the Philippines has been known to locals for centuries; it is highly poisonous. I have eaten them before, and only at a very youthful age, but I did not know it at the time. The only thing that saved me from this pain was that the file cone snail was not yet present in the country at that time. Of course, we cannot forget about the deadly acacia ants found in parts of North America and Australia as well.
What are the 10 most poisonous?
1 . Vipera berus2 . Crotalinae family spiders3 . Pseudocreobotra walteri 4. Gyromitra lunata 5. Valsugana fungi 6. Centella asiatica 7. Acanthocheilonema dendrarium 8. Nux Vomica 9. Freshwater caecilians 10. Auriculares termitides ( Elephants Ear)
Whats the most poisonous thing in the world?
From the worlds most common and poisonous plants, here are the top five:5. Poinsettia Plant4. Rattlesnake plant3. Death Camas Plant2. Garlic Mustard Plant1. Belladonna LilyThe Poinsettia is a shrub that grows to 8-10 feet tall, with long green leaves and large red, orange, and yellow flowers that bloom all year long. This plant is native to tropical and subtropical regions of North America, and is also cultivated worldwide due to its striking red flowers. The rattlesnake plant is a perennial plant found in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8A through 11B. Death camas (Datura meteloides) grows to 4-6 feet tall with large spear-shaped leaves in maroon and yellow shades. Native to the American Southwest, this poisonous plant can be found in the USDA hardiness zones of 8A through 11B in both sun and partial shade soils. Garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata), native to areas of Europe, Asia, and Africa, grows up to 6 feet tall with large flowers that bloom all year round in shades of purple, blue, gray, and white. This poisonous plant is toxic if consumed or touched by animals or humans because it contains aristolochic acid, which is a natural precursor to the production of the poison ataconazole by Ascochyta blight fungus when ingested through foliage or roots. The belladonna lily (Amanum mollissimum) is an evergreen perennial from North America that grows up to 6 feet tall with small bells-like flowers that bloom from spring through summer months in shades of violet, blue, pink and white. This poisonous flower contains alkaloids that cause intense headache pain when ingested by humans or animals; alkaloids can also be obtained through the herbs roots if dug up or ingested inside wild plants or homesite gardens.