If you think the islands in the Bermuda Triangle are the deadliest in the world, then you are wrong. There is a lot of mystery surrounding the islands along the Bermuda Triangle, I know, but there is one place where you are more likely to die a quick death than if you were traveling across the islands of the triangle on any given day: the so-called Snake Island, formally known as Ilha da Queimada Grande located 90 miles off the coast of Brazil.

There are more snakes per square foot on Snake Island than in any other place in the world that you are bound to get bitten by at least one if you were ever brave enough to step on this scary place. Perhaps the only consolation we really ever have about this place is that it is an isolated island – and most of the snakes living here do not really know how to swim (or we hope so, anyway).

Still, it is creepy to know that there exists such an island in the world where snakes rule. I commend the brave scientists who discovered the island and did some studies to figure out the species there. I wouldn’t want to be in their shoes, for sure!

Check out the video created by Epic Wildlife here: