Venom is the third episode of season two

  • Number 10 Stingray - its whip like tail will lash out and buries a venomous spine into your leg or even your heart that contains enzymes that destroy flesh and serotonin
  • Number 9 Platypus - it has a sharp spur on its hind leg that injects venom from a gland that can kill a dog and leave a human in agony only by mature males
  • Number 8 Gila Monster - one of only two venomous lizards in the world; Has a deadly dribble that produce venom that seeps into the wound and it becomes deadlier the longer it holds on
  • Number 7 Bee - for some people, they really are the most deadly animal in the world even though it carries less than half a milligram of venom; Melitin from the barb sting hits the nerve endings of pain receptors causing pain but could also cause a pain that could kill its victim if less untreated
  • Number 6 Scorpion - few were fatal because it can set its venom on stun or kill to avoid wasting venom
  • Number 5 Stonefish - use venom as a defense mechanism; It looks like a stone and its dorsal spines will come up with venomous glands that will shoot up the venom
  • Number 4 Blue-Ringed Octopus - has a bite that injects a neurotoxin 10,000 times deadlier than cyanide produced from two glands thanks to the dense colonies of bacteria
  • Number 3 Cone Snail - has a hypodermic needle full of a very complicated cocktail of venoms that kills fish and humans
  • Number 2 Sea Snake - has one of the most potent venom in the world
  • Number 1 Jellyfish - its trailing tentacles are covered in 4 thousand million stinging cells and can blast a powerful, microscopic harpoon at the slightest touch because they have to paralyze prey fast because their struggles snap their tentacles