According to reports, Brazil is home to more than 375 species of snakes. This includes the infamous snake-invested island of Ilha da Queimada Grande. The startling statistic outranks the four countries that follow in that regard (India, Australia, Mexico, and Colombia). The largest snakes in the world are said to exist in Brazil and throughout the continent of Asia. But when it comes to the location of the planet's most poisonous snakes, Austriala holds that distinction. In some countries, such as Indonesia, snakes are so abundant that they are simply a part of the community, often including residential areas. Therefore it is not uncommon for large snakes to be discovered in toilets, drains, and pipes, especially during egg-laying season.
Footage of a team of workers attempting to extract two large snakes out of a family's ceiling recently went viral. The workers jumped back in horror as the snakes came crashing down from the drywall.