Textile Cone Snail - This innocuous-looking snail is actually one of the planet’s most toxic creatures. Textile cone snails “harpoon” their prey with hollow teeth, through which they inject a lethal venom
Himba usually wear leopard cones but sometimes they'll wear a Marbled Cone - Conus marmoreus. These snails are venomous, like all cone snails. Its venom is highly potent, and one drop can kill more than 20 men.
Cone-snails found in the South Pacific and Indian oceans, have poisonous barbs that cause paralysis and occasionally death if you touch them. The Geographer Cone is probably the most dangerous one of all.
HEBREW CONE SNAIL (Conus ebraeus) — Waiʻopae Tide Pools, Kapoho, Big Island of Hawaiʻi. This is a Hebrew cone. The image was taken underwater in natural light. Like most cone snails, they have a poisonous sting and should not be handled. Photo by Alan Cressler | Flickr