SNAKE VENOM VS BLOOD!!! Black Mamba Vs Inland Taipan

Black Mambas and Inland Taipans are some of the most dangerous snakes in the world, but which one will kill you quicker????
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  • Which snake do you think is the more deadly?????

    Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman12 päivää sitten
    • A Chinese M.D. told me the Taipan was called the Five Step Snake.

      theGarinatortheGarinator4 päivää sitten
    • The eastern Brown snake is move venomous then the inland taipan

      Peter CranstonPeter Cranston7 päivää sitten
    • The mamba, hands down-at least I know I can outrun the taipan!

      johnnyx53johnnyx537 päivää sitten
    • Black mamba

      Josh SouvannakasyJosh Souvannakasy8 päivää sitten
    • Taipan

      Naneth AmarthNaneth Amarth8 päivää sitten
  • You should try stiring the blood and venom. I'm guessing that in the last experiment the venom only touched the top and didn't fully mix, and that's why it was so clumpy, yet slippery. As for this experiment the venom seemed to mix a lot better with the blood due to smaller amount of blood, and is why it was fully runny.

    Miguel Z33Miguel Z3319 tuntia sitten
  • Oh it is nice living in England

    Elliott WoolrichElliott Woolrich20 tuntia sitten
  • When are you coming down under dingo? Be good to see you handle the coastal taipan cause they make the inland look more like a puppy. Also when the coastal strikes they always give full load of venom. The last handler that got hit by a young inland died 4 times but they doctors got him back each time, he has a video of what happened to him and aftermath.

    Phil JaunceyPhil Jauncey3 päivää sitten
  • It’s not the toxicity it’s how it effects our bodies and if it’s neuro acting or not greatvideo

    Brett CoyleBrett Coyle3 päivää sitten
  • clotted jam. mmmmmmmmm. lol

    michael adamsmichael adams4 päivää sitten
  • you are as funny as a chain wreck

    David MaxwellDavid Maxwell4 päivää sitten
  • Inland Taipan is the most venomous in the world

    Jacob WJacob W5 päivää sitten
  • Dingo well done bru keep it up the black mamba is worst snake

    clinton Govenderclinton Govender5 päivää sitten
  • Did you name one of those black mambas kobe? That hit me pretty hard RIP 😔😔

    BullriderBullrider6 päivää sitten
  • At 11:45, what type of snake or creature are you saying I can't understand you????

    BullriderBullrider6 päivää sitten
    • He said Boomslang

      Sam NickelSam Nickel5 päivää sitten
  • Have you got a cotton mouth?

    Mark CoetzerMark Coetzer6 päivää sitten
  • If you'd like to compare any other snake to the black mamba, have you tried the Australian common/eastern brown snake? It's said to have the sconed most toxic venom out of Australia's snakes, its unique venom causes rapid blood clotting, and it's been known to cause human deaths in a matter of minutes. So if you're looking for another snake to compare to the black mamba, I'd suggest the common/eastern brown snake. And another thing that contributes to how fast venoms kill, is how quickly they attack living cells.

    Malcolm AllisonMalcolm Allison6 päivää sitten
  • Inland Taipan has never killed before, because it's habitat is extremely remote. The chances of finding one are next to zero. Thousands of kilometres away from any small towns, let alone larger cities. Most Australian snakes are highly toxic but very shy. Where as the Black Mamba is highly aggressive and easier to find.

    A KA K6 päivää sitten
  • Hey dingo you should do a test on Australias eastern brown snake

    Serg SergioSerg Sergio6 päivää sitten
  • how did you get an inland taipan

    HuntersHunters6 päivää sitten
  • “Most agressive snake” -black mamba..... ok but don’t black mambas try to run away and not attack?

    jjdoubleog -jjdoubleog -7 päivää sitten
  • I'd like to see the Bushmaster, and Lancehead venom affects on blood.

    Martin ClaytonMartin Clayton7 päivää sitten
  • People forget that toxicity isn't directly correlated with how the venom behaves and how quickly it works. The unit of measurement is merely the dosage required to be deadly, not how quickly it kills you perse. Also, the venom travels through your nymphatic system, not your blood!

    CobbstaCobbsta7 päivää sitten
    • Do you mean lymphatic system?

      kat blackkat black7 päivää sitten
  • Dingo, I need to borrow one of your inland taipan to let loose in my backyard and clean the rats out that run around at night eating my bird and squirrel feet. 😭😭😭

    Allie BabyAllie Baby7 päivää sitten
    • whaatttt?!

      Behide ÖzbekBehide Özbek6 päivää sitten
  • Ah

    hadid868 patoyehadid868 patoye7 päivää sitten
  • ..Yes, I would like to see a Black Mamba compared to a Coastal Taipan or PNG Taipan rather than the Inland Taipan..Coastal/PNG is bigger and more aggressive, more closely matched to a Black Mamba...and it would also be interesting to see how the Rat test compares between an Inland Taipan and a Coastal/PNG Taipan...

    dyer2cycledyer2cycle7 päivää sitten
  • Black mamba kills more victim

    Josh SouvannakasyJosh Souvannakasy8 päivää sitten
  • Black mamba is so dangerous because they fast they move fast

    john pontesjohn pontes8 päivää sitten
  • sweating like a prossie in church.....

    fat bastidgefat bastidge8 päivää sitten
  • Tougher than my mother in laws chicken LOL!!!

    Scott HurleyScott Hurley8 päivää sitten
  • Chandler- treats his snakes w love and awe Dingo- slaps em around.

    Rh33cy McGeegeeRh33cy McGeegee8 päivää sitten
  • what about the bothrops, fer de lance? (americas)

    L WildL Wild8 päivää sitten
  • Is bush adder and bushmaster the same viper ?

    Eat My KitchenEat My Kitchen8 päivää sitten
  • LUV these venom comparisons ! Keep it up with ALL venomous snakes !!!

    Michael KrausMichael Kraus9 päivää sitten
  • King Cobra VS Black Mamba

    Rowen GovenderRowen Govender9 päivää sitten
  • My theory with the first mamba expirament is that it was more exposed to air where as this expirament was covered. The Venom would kill you faster than an average human because you are allergic to the venom. As far and both snake venoms going toe to toe for a average healthy person you will die faster with more quanity of venom than less venom. Some times quality will kill you too depending on the proteins in the venom. I have always been told that the most venomous snake is the one that just bit you.

    Wolfe Moon TarotWolfe Moon Tarot9 päivää sitten
  • World no. One poisnous snake inland taipan second one is sea snake

    masilamani murugasenmasilamani murugasen9 päivää sitten
  • Would like to see Lancehead Viper Vs Rattlesnake

    Tyler JonesTyler Jones10 päivää sitten
  • I can't handle 😩 😫 😭

    Lenell WilliamsLenell Williams10 päivää sitten
  • Wow!!! Definitely bow down to the infamous Black Mamba

    Amon Lee HammondAmon Lee Hammond10 päivää sitten
  • IRRITATING DAMN BACK ROUND MUSIC NOISE!!!!!

    Annette ElliottAnnette Elliott10 päivää sitten
  • Does the USA have anti venom for every type of snake?

    Gas CrampsGas Cramps10 päivää sitten
  • Black mamba of course, lightning strikes , unbelievable aggressive, deadly venomes all time nervous so yes the most dangerous snake on earth is BLACK MAMBA!

    Jо AppJо App10 päivää sitten
  • You should test the effects of venom on semen

    Hood BabyHood Baby10 päivää sitten
  • I would like to see the comparison between Mamba and Eastern Brown snake

    Muhammad Mohsin MehdiMuhammad Mohsin Mehdi10 päivää sitten
  • I'm not surprised at all by the results Dingo. The black mambas venom is of low molecular weight and is of low viscosity . This means it disperses into the bloodstream very quickly. Absolutely their poison is the fastest acting. This is why they hold the title of most dangerous snake in the world, and for good reason Great video. ! ❤ 13 secs...wow😯

    CarolynCarolyn10 päivää sitten
  • I would like to see what effect a mangshan viper has with the same experiment.

    Gareth SouthonGareth Southon11 päivää sitten
  • Found your channel the other day and spent the last 2 days binging in it, 2 questions can you mate an eastern diamondback rattle snake with a western one, and I saw a nature program with an Iranian spider tailed viper in, have you had the chance to handle one, and how does its venom compare to others? Thanks

    michael crowmichael crow11 päivää sitten
  • Gotta say after watching this I'm thinking the black mamba should be higher and the taipan lower...like quite a bit lower. I feel like the Diamondbacks we got here would kill quicker than the Taipan. Highly highly doubt it would kill more than the Taipan but definitely quicker

    Stewie GriffinStewie Griffin11 päivää sitten
  • Hi Dingo - I enjoy your programs very much - they are very informative and educational as well. For what it’s worth from my perspective at least, I Have to say that considering the mambas venom killed the rat at 41 seconds along with the fact that the mambas are extremely aggressive by nature and seem to be much less afraid of anything, humans included I’d have to conclude that mambas are quite a bit more dangerous as well as possibly more toxic venom wise!? Fortunately for me I live in central N C in AMERICA and here only the slightly venomous copperheads are found. Coastal Southern N C has a few Eastern Diamondback rattlesnakes which can grow to huge sizes but aren’t very aggressive. Thanks for the enlightenment!!

    Steve SparrowSteve Sparrow11 päivää sitten
  • Good question Mamba for me, but it's interesting I can see why snake venom is being studied and used in medicine

    BluesmanBluesman11 päivää sitten
  • I'm on team King C. Volume Volume volume Great video

    Michael BanksMichael Banks11 päivää sitten
  • Try INDIAN BANDED KARAIT ONCE... NEW KING WILL COME IN THE STORY

    Tathagat prasadTathagat prasad11 päivää sitten
  • Dingo,,, use Kirsty’s or Shawn blood would be interesting or use all three of your blood.

    Lewis KnowlesLewis Knowles11 päivää sitten
  • Dingo would like to see eastern brown venom vs the black mamba as a comparison!

    Toto PardoToto Pardo11 päivää sitten
  • Another incredibly biased video Dingo. You obviously hate Australian snakes and don't respect their potency. Every single scientific study concludes that the Inland Taipan has the most toxic venom.

    Mark WatkinsMark Watkins11 päivää sitten
    • Thats exactly what he said. Doesnt mean its going to kill you quicker. Just means its going to kill more of you.

      FAREED KHAN N54FAREED KHAN N5410 päivää sitten
  • One day this guy will convince us that black Mamba has the most toxic venom than any other snake in the world... wait and see🚶🚶

    VALENTINE CHIPULUVALENTINE CHIPULU11 päivää sitten
  • Seems the black mamba is more deadly!!!

    Marybeth L CaldwellMarybeth L Caldwell11 päivää sitten
  • Sweating like a prozzie in church 😂🤣😂🤣😂

    Jamie ThomsonJamie Thomson11 päivää sitten
  • try a gaboon viper

    Daniel CostnerDaniel Costner11 päivää sitten
  • One of your best videos !! Good comparison between Boomslang and Mamba. Really puts it in perspective. Is it possible to do the rat test with a Cape Cobra and Boomslang too?

    jasegalaxy74jasegalaxy7411 päivää sitten
  • It be interesting to see how the 🐍 venom would be with your wife or Shawn. Because it is different with other's.

    Brenda Shadley ShadleyBrenda Shadley Shadley11 päivää sitten
  • Ablsolutely best

    charan kumarcharan kumar11 päivää sitten
  • I would say the black mamba because you have less time to get treatment. I was right with you when you were saying that you didn’t care how many mice or humans a certain snake can kill, I want to know how long I have.........it would have been interesting to look at the blood under a microscope to see the effect on the red and white blood cells!! I used to love looking at stuff under the microscope 🔬 whether it be blood, feces, or urine.......you never knew what you were going to see. Whatever experiments you come up with will be great as long as your careful (and yes I know you will be careful, but we all worry!)! Thanks for another great video and I can’t wait to see what’s next! 😄❤️🐬

    Jenn 1234Jenn 123411 päivää sitten
  • Have you ever compared the Australian brown snake also known as the KING BROWN??

    Peter CranstonPeter Cranston11 päivää sitten
    • I think if we don't bother them they won't bother us, but the problem is they are everywhere and that might explain why less people die from them there is heaps of anti venom

      Peter CranstonPeter Cranston7 päivää sitten
    • @Horse*Head*Nebula Eastern Browns and Western Browns cause the most trouble King Browns arent really a Brown snake

      geoff mcmahongeoff mcmahon7 päivää sitten
  • I’d rather not come across either snake,but if given a choice I would definitely not want to come across a mamba!!!!

    emedina73emedina7311 päivää sitten
  • The mad Scientist lol agin 😄

    Katie LorrainKatie Lorrain11 päivää sitten
  • Do black mamba vs fer de lance whose venom kills faster

    Galina IoffeGalina Ioffe11 päivää sitten
  • does neurotoxic venom affect blood

    michel lepagemichel lepage12 päivää sitten
    • Nope. Neurotoxic venom affects the nervous system, haematoxic venom affects blood.

      Mark WatkinsMark Watkins11 päivää sitten
  • I feel the Black Mamba is the deadliest snake out there. However I'd like to see the Gaboon Viper go up against the Black Mamba and Inland Taipan for the blood/venom and see how long it takes.

    Linda CaudillLinda Caudill12 päivää sitten
  • BWERMSLUNG! I love the pronunciation! 🤣😂🤣😂

    Bryan PBryan P12 päivää sitten
  • I wonder how the blood would look if dingo did the experiment with a boomslang

    Aurora SalinasAurora Salinas12 päivää sitten
  • Please becareful you remind me of Steve Irwin....it was painful hearing what happened to him!!

    abnormalplainzabnormalplainz12 päivää sitten
  • This is why im not an advocate of LD50 method of toxicity measurements as they arent giving you full context of the Venom (especially its effects on human anotmy) lets say if there could be method in near future to do so accurately & with consistency i think Black Mamba will come out on top along with few Cobra species rising upper on the list meanwhile snakes like Boomslang, Kraits would be dropping few steps below in ranks

    KittoOKittoO12 päivää sitten
  • Dingo, the mad scientist!! Great video.

    Bill McKeighanBill McKeighan12 päivää sitten
  • The taipan is a big snake, quite a bit a bit more girth than the mamba. It has a beautiful color. Specataculah!!

    Bill McKeighanBill McKeighan12 päivää sitten
  • Brave and creative Dingo

    martin stephensmartin stephens12 päivää sitten
  • Crazy good video bro! Would liked to have seen the rat experiments but understand there's too many pansies😂

    Caleb ShupingCaleb Shuping12 päivää sitten
  • The blood on the paper looks like prosciutto. This is so fascinating Dingo! I think the Mamba is the more dangerous one.

    James StevensonJames Stevenson12 päivää sitten
  • Compare the gaboon and rhino Viper

    Drew BishopDrew Bishop12 päivää sitten
  • Wow Dingo i was sure the Taipan would have been the fastest but i guess i was fooled by the most toxic tag it has , but the Mamba just knocked it out of the pa,the full dose 13 seconds amazing but what a pair of beautiful snakes . How would Shadow compere to Thor

    David MorewoodDavid Morewood12 päivää sitten
  • I definitely think that the Black Mamba is the winner in this case. I think that you should try and get someone else’s blood for the next experiment. I say that only because I wonder if your blood has a different affect on the results due to your hypersensitivity/allergic reaction you have. Do you think someone else’s blood would react differently then yours? I think that should be your next experiment. Your blood reaction compared to someone who doesn’t have your hypersensitivity/allergic reaction to snake venom and poop. Just a thought. Great video! Love you all Dingo Family! 💙💥🍀 🐍 🇺🇸😉

    Janice EsmeyerJanice Esmeyer12 päivää sitten
  • Dingo you’re on to an interesting topic. The time needed to subdue prey. Ideally I think you’d do this by having a quantity of fresh venom of several different snakes and then injecting controlled amounts into subject rats. You could keep the injections to the depths that each snake normally bites, deep for bothrops shallower for the elapids. You could compare exact venom amounts say 100 mg each of mamba, taipan, bothrops, and rattlesnake and see what happens. The timer would rule!

    temokutemoku12 päivää sitten
  • Hiya Dingo good name and connection to Oz. Anyways I'd have to say the Black Mamba takes the crown for fierceness! If confronted with either well yeah our Taipan is so placid but if you were tagged by one, well think of things you enjoyed in your life cause its all over red rover, especially being out in the middle of this country!

    Andrew RoweAndrew Rowe12 päivää sitten
  • 16:36- Blood + Mumba🐍Venom = Sanke Made Blood Slime, too but, in a bad way.

    Tipani-Ann MichacaTipani-Ann Michaca12 päivää sitten
  • Great video Dingo! Two one of my favourite snakes 🤗

    Pawel LiftingPawel Lifting12 päivää sitten
  • And there is a hill behind our house and it was going to bite me so we killed it

    Sanjeev MaharajSanjeev Maharaj12 päivää sitten
  • Today in my backyard I saw a baby fer-de-lance so that means there is more😱😱😱

    Sanjeev MaharajSanjeev Maharaj12 päivää sitten
  • Mamba for sure more dangerous

    faizel taliepfaizel taliep12 päivää sitten
  • Take Sean-o's blood next time and let him handle Sheila.. it's his turn! For employee perks!

    DanoDano12 päivää sitten
  • With your sensitivities to certain snake species venom, I'd love to see a comparison to someone's blood who isn't sensitive to those species.

    ZimtainaZimtaina12 päivää sitten
  • Just a thought, but your allergic to snake venom and poo, so wouldn't your blood react diffrent to other ppl who aren't so allergic? I may be wrong.

    Kelly DurhamKelly Durham12 päivää sitten
  • Dingo, you are THE MAN. Massive respect for you and your work. I’m a nurse, and most people tell me ‘I don’t know how you do your job’. You are a credit to your profession. The way you teach, and your knowledge is just beyond.

    Sarah TaylorSarah Taylor12 päivää sitten
  • I've heard many people claim that before the development of anti-venom 100% of Black Mamba bites were fatal, but I can't find any evidence to support this. If it is true that an untreated bite from a Black Mamba is always fatal than it has to be regarded as the most dangerous snake given it's size, temperament and athleticism, as the lower LD50 value of Inland Taipan venom is irrelevant when both bites are guaranteed to kill you without treatment.

    Patrick WhitePatrick White12 päivää sitten
    • I’ve read that myself on Wikipedia. Quite a scary stat, assuming it’s true. Black mambas are no joke. They envenomate every single time they bite, unlike any other snake, so you’re in a world of hurt if you get tagged by one.

      TNVolFishingTNVolFishing11 päivää sitten
  • Hi Dingo. A quick question for you. If an Inland Taipan has a venom toxicity that can kill 250000 mice in just one delivery, how long would all those mice take to die, compared to just one mouse with one delivery of venom? I understand that the prey animal needs to go down as quickly as possible so it can’t go far, but why would a snake evolve a venom with such overkill? EDIT: loving your channel by the way. Cheers from the UK😀

    2373stevieb2373stevieb12 päivää sitten
    • @2373stevieb it’s the theory, anyways.

      TNVolFishingTNVolFishing11 päivää sitten
    • @TNVolFishing So in terms of nature’s economics, it’s the opportunity cost of living in such a desolate area that the Fierce Snake has developed such potent toxins. Got it. Once again, thanks for your reply. Cheers.

      2373stevieb2373stevieb11 päivää sitten
    • @2373stevieb the part of the outback where the fierce snake lives is extremely desolate desert, even compared to other areas we consider desert.

      TNVolFishingTNVolFishing11 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the reply. Appreciated. However, if it’s down to its environment, then surely there are snakes that live in a lot more desolate areas like the Sahara desert with less food available, where the outback is crawling with rats and mice in comparison. Yet the Saharan snakes aren’t nearly so toxic.

      2373stevieb2373stevieb11 päivää sitten
    • The theory behind why the fierce snake is so venomous is its environment. It lives in BFE, so prey is quite rare. When prey does come along, it can’t afford to let it get away.

      TNVolFishingTNVolFishing11 päivää sitten
  • Inject it into shawno to see how long he still kicks w/o anti venom

    Florida crackerFlorida cracker12 päivää sitten
  • do you have anti venom in hand if you ever would get bit?

    Frederico MatosFrederico Matos12 päivää sitten
  • Russell's viper and gaboon viper or bushmaster next

    premojr1premojr112 päivää sitten
  • Get yourself a big coastal taipan, the fierce snake is a puppy lol

    R MR M12 päivää sitten
  • Great video Dingo! It still baffles me just how potent a Inland Taipan's venom is. 100 adult men, it truly makes you realise how far mother nature can go

    jordi de waardjordi de waard12 päivää sitten
  • Guessing the wife didn't let you use her blood for the test lol. Can't say I blame her don't think I'd want doctor Dingo taking mine either..

    Florida crackerFlorida cracker12 päivää sitten
  • Krait vs Saw scaled Viper

    Ajeya DeyAjeya Dey12 päivää sitten
  • I was born in south africa and currently live in Portugal. And I honestly love watching your videos. Makes me remember home. And how I miss the south african accent. Keep up the good work, very educational. Love it! 😁

    Susana MartinsSusana Martins12 päivää sitten
  • Do u have any North American water Moccasins?

    CTH8 TylerCTH8 Tyler12 päivää sitten