One of Hong Kong’s most venomous snakes, the Chinese cobra can be founds in grassy, shrubby, wooded and mangrove areas. Photo: AFCDOne of Hong Kong’s most venomous snakes, the Chinese cobra can be founds in grassy, shrubby, wooded and mangrove areas. Photo: AFCD
One of Hong Kong’s most venomous snakes, the Chinese cobra can be founds in grassy, shrubby, wooded and mangrove areas. Photo: AFCD

Venomous creatures in Hong Kong, from jellyfish to hornets to centipedes – beware, some can kill

From the common toad to a giant jellyfish, from the largest poisonous snake to a terrifying home-invading centipede, Hong Kong has its share of animals that carry a venomous bite, sting or secretion. Here are some of the city’s most toxic inhabitants and visitors

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One of Hong Kong’s most venomous snakes, the Chinese cobra can be founds in grassy, shrubby, wooded and mangrove areas. Photo: AFCDOne of Hong Kong’s most venomous snakes, the Chinese cobra can be founds in grassy, shrubby, wooded and mangrove areas. Photo: AFCD
One of Hong Kong’s most venomous snakes, the Chinese cobra can be founds in grassy, shrubby, wooded and mangrove areas. Photo: AFCD
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