The world’s most deadliest animals
These are the animals you do not want to meet if you dont know how to handle them correctly.
There are many animals in the world that you do not want to encounter. However, the biggest killers out there might surprise you a little.
When we talk about deadly animals, poisonous creatures is often what comes to mind. Poison may however not be a factor when it comes down to the pure numbers of the most deadliest animals in the world.
We have created a list of the top 5 deadliest animals:
5. Blue ringed octopus:
These little guys are the only venomous creatures on our list, and they are extremely dangerous. The blue ringed octopus holds enough venom to kill up to 26 grown human beings.
The worst part if you are attacked by one of these is, there is no antidote to their venom known to man yet. So a sting is likely to result in death.
The venom paralyzes their victims entire body. The only way to survive a bite from one is if someone is able to give you continuous CPR through all those hours it takes the venom to first paralyze your entire body, and then leave your system again.
The hippopotamus isn’t nearly as kind and relaxed as they are depicted in Disney’s movie Tarzan.
They are one of the most feared animals in Africa as they can be highly aggressive and are known to attack both human beings and even vehicles without any form of provocation beforehand.
If you are to encounter one of these fellas, simply turn around and walk the other way, or better yet, run! (this is not a tip made by professionals in the matter. We actually suggest you listen to your tour guide)
3. Saltwater crocodile:
It might not come as a surprise that the crocodiles are dangerous, or at least, potentially.
The salt water crocodile have a unique way of killing its pray known as a “death roll”. This is where it uses its extremely strong bite to get a hold of its prey, and then rolls over repeatedly until the prey either falls apart, or drowns in the water.
2. African Elephant:
This might be the most shocking animal on our list to many of you, as many people look at elephants as big and calm animals. Nevertheless they are to be respected as the fearful beings that they are.
Elephants might be extremely aggressive and are protective of its tribe, and they are known to even trample rhinoceros to death with their big feet.
Mosquitos are the worlds biggest killers (after human beings). Every year, these little guys are responsible for the death of between 2 – 3 million people every year.
The deaths occurs when bitten by a mosquito which allows for the transfer of potentially deadly diseases. Actually, they transmit diseases to nearly 700 million people annually.