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IN Animals ON 27 Oct, 2015
The Geographic Cone Snail is said to be the most venomous cone snail of their 500 known species in the world. Its venom is considered so toxic that it can paralyse the prey in just a few seconds and their body length can reach as high as 6 inches.They tend to live in the reefs of the Indo-Pacific region.
The unique most moves of these snails were captured and telecasted both by the National Geographic channel and the BBC Nature. This uniqueness was hidden in their hunting style which is deadly.
The snail injects the venom into its prey using the needle.
This attack either paralyses the prey or makes it so slow that it becomes easy to be caught.
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