King cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) - Toxicity & Dangerousness

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Ophiophagus hannah
"Ophiophagus hannah"
venomous 💀💀💀💀 very dangerous bite ANONYMOUS (LHD), 2017 - database - secondary datasource
confirmed
Venom described as potently neurotoxic. Local symptoms are severe immediate local pain and tenderness after the bite. Species avoids humans, thus envenomations are rare. If they do happen, they are usually severe and fatalities are common with untreated bites. Species has long fangs and a large volume of venom.
Ophiophagus hannah
"Ophiophagus hannah"
venomous 💀💀💀💀💀 extremely dangerous bite ANONYMOUS (TOXINOLOGY.COM), 2018 - database - secondary datasource
confirmed
Described as:"Severe envenoming likely, high lethality potential" (website accessed 26-Nov-2018)