Water Bottle. Kimberley King Brown
Photograph by Dean Goodgame
King Brown or mulga snake
Mulga snakes have highly potent venom and can cause severe envenoming (envenomation) of humans. ... About 50% of mulga snake bites result in significant envenoming, requiring antivenom therapy, and envenoming is often severe and potentially lethal. Deaths from mulga snake bite are uncommon to rare. It is one of the longest venomous snakes in the world, and is the second-longest in Australia (surpassed only by the coastal taipan). Its alternative common name is "'king brown snake'