These Are the Strongest Snakes in the World

Common Kingsnake: Common kingsnakes, also known as Eastern kingsnakes, are fearless predators that often take on larger or venomous snakes.

California Kingsnake: California kingsnakes, identified by their black and white alternating bands, are commonly found along the west coast states down to Mexico.

Speckled Kingsnake: Speckled kingsnakes, with their speckled appearance and strong constricting ability, are found in the Midwest and parts of Texas.

Eastern Ratsnake: Eastern ratsnakes, also known as chicken snakes, are powerful constrictors despite being smaller than kingsnakes.

Boa Constrictor: Boa constrictors are thick-bodied snakes known for their powerful squeezing ability.

Burmese Python: Burmese pythons, native to Asia but introduced to Florida, can grow up to 20 feet long and weigh up to 200 pounds.

Green Anaconda: The Green Anaconda, the largest snake in the world, can reach lengths of 20-30 feet and weigh up to 550 pounds.

African Rock Python: African rock pythons, known for their strength and ability to take down large prey like hyenas, can grow up to 16 feet long and weigh up to 200 pounds.