10. Komodo Dragon
Komodo dragons are the largest living lizard in the world. Komodo is very rare and found in Indonesian islands of Komodo, Flores, Rica, Padar, Gilli Motang. They can raise up to 10 feet in length and 100 kg in weight. Komodos are carnivores who love to consume deer, pig, reptiles, seafood & also humans. Komodo normally hunts during the day because they don’t see well in the darkness. Komodo dragons bite extremely dangerous. Its saliva contains dreadful bacteria that will dissolve your insides, and if are you too big to kill direct, it will bite you and then wait for germs to kill you.
9. Great White Shark
Great White Shark is the world’s Biggest predatory fish according to Discovery. They are seen along the beaches of South Africa, Australia, and the north and the east USA. They can raise up to 20 feet in length & 2600 kg in weight. They are carnivores. they enjoy hunting seals, sea turtles dead animals and small-toothed whales. They can eat whole sea lion in a just single bite. They can swim up to 25 km/hr. They rarely bite and sometimes also sink sailboats.
8. Brazilian Wandering Spider
According to Guinness Book of World Records Brazilian Wandering Spider is the world’s most poisonous spider. These spiders are frequently found in forests of Brazil. They are often found hiding in houses and cars in a densely populated region. They grow up to 2 inches, and leg spans about 6 inches. The classes vary in color which has hairy, mostly brown. The PhTx3 neurotoxin is seen in the venom of Brazilian Wandering Spider, which is very terrible for the body due to end of muscle control.
The King of the Jungle is the seventh most dangerous animal in the world. Lions are usually 5-8 feet long & 100-200 kg in weight. Lions prey involves buffaloes. child elephants, zebras, giraffes and wild hogs. Wild lions currently exist sub-Saharan Africa & in India. A lion may sleep 16-20 hours. A lion roar can be heard from as far as 7 km distant. Figured for lion-related deaths also vary year-to-year. A 2006 study found that in 1991, lions killed 560 people in Tanzania alone.
6. Box Jellyfish
Box jellyfish is the most poisonous sea animals on earth. It is also recognized as the sea wasp, Medusa, boxfish or stinger. They are often found on the north coast of Australia, in the western Pacific Ocean and the Indian ocean. Because box jellyfish is clear blue transparent, it is almost invisible in the sea. For many years, Australian swimmers did not know what was biting them. Although sting is fatal to most animals, sea turtles are not influenced by the poison. Sea turtles eat jellyfish as part of a routine diet.
The hippopotamus or hippo is supposed to be very aggressive which is often found in sub-Saharan Africa. They are recognizable by their barrel-shaped bodies, nearly hairless, wide-opening mouths revealing large canine teeth, columnar legs & large size; adults average 1600 kg for males & 1400 kg for females. Hippos spend up to 15 hours a day submerged in a river to maintain their massive body cool under the hot sun. They kill more people in Africa every year than any single disease, except malaria.
4. Saltwater Crocodiles
Earths largest living crocodile and some say the animal most likely to kill the human is the saltwater crocodile. Due to their aggressiveness and strength, they are regarded as most threatened extant crocodilian to humans. They can raise up to 20 ft. Lolong was the largest crocodile marked at 20 ft 3.5 inch and weighed 1075 kg (almost 1 ton) making him one of the largest crocodiles ever measured. Also, they have 3800 PSI bite power which is the strongest bite power ever measured.
3. King Cobra
King Cobra is the worlds longest poisonous snake. They can rise to 20ft. The species mostly found in Africa, middle east India, and Indonesia. Cobras colors may differ from species to species. They are yellowish, red, black, banded, mottled. King Cobras are the only species of reptiles to make nests for young. The quantity of neurotoxin that king cobra can spit in one bite is sufficient to kill 15 peoples or an elephant. According to study human may stop breathing just 25 minutes after being bitten by King Cobra.
Moving from one the biggest animals, we now come to one of the smallest. As small as it is though, is also the danger. It has been figured that mosquitos spread a disease to almost 500 million people yearly resulting 3 to 4 million deaths every year. The worlds 3000 species of mosquitos spread more diseases than any other animal in the world.
Surprised, After all, we are animals too, and as we have been slaughtering each other for 10,000 years, with total deaths from battles alone estimated at between 300 million & 1 billion, it is no brainer that we top the list. We are fatal to creatures too-think global warming and devastation of world forests. Given the warning, we pose to countless other creatures and the facts that we often act stupidly and can destroy our whole planet with a host of terrible weapons like nuclear devices. We are surely top the list of the most dangerous animals in the world.