Most dangerous animal

  The earth is dangerous. What are the most dangerous animals for humans?

  Mosquito

  Distribution: Most parts of the globe.

  Mosquitoes transmit malaria, killing millions of people every year.

  Unexpectedly, the most dangerous animals in the world are actually small mosquitoes. In most cases, a bite by a mosquito just makes you feel itchy, but some mosquitoes carry malaria parasites, which spread the disease. According to the 1997 World Health Organization, more than 1.5 million people died of malaria, and mosquitoes are the culprit.

  2. Asian Cobra

  Distribution: East Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia.

  Kill about 50,000 people every year.

  It is generally believed that the Australian viper is the world’s number one killer, but the premise is that if there is no Asian cobra in the world. Australian vipers only kill 1 or 2 people a year, and Asian cobras kill thousands of people every year. Once bitten by an Asian cobra, its venom can cause permanent damage to muscle tissue, and sometimes the injured have to amputate.

  Crocodile

  Distribution: tropical.

  It is reported that more than a thousand people die each year in the mouth of the crocodile.

  Most crocodiles are unfriendly, especially the Australian saltwater crocodile. Australian saltwater crocodile is the largest reptile in the world, with male saltwater crocodile up to 10.6 meters. It is also the most aggressive and dangerous crocodile species in the world. No animal can withstand a bite, let alone a person.

  Elephant

  Distribution: African elephants are distributed in central, eastern and southern Africa, and Asian elephants are distributed in South and Southeast Asia.

  It is reported that about 500 people die every year from elephant attacks.

  This kind of stupid and honest animal will kill you if you get angry. And the elephant is still vengeful. If you offend it, even if you are lucky enough to escape, it will remember many years later. Once you meet again, it will pay you a price.

  Africa has the largest size, and the adult male elephant is huge in size, especially in the irritating period, and even kills the passing rhinoceros.

  5. African buffalo

  Distribution: Africa.

  Kill hundreds of people every year.

  One of the largest animals on the African grasslands, the adult buffalo can reach a height of 1.8 meters and a length of 3.3 meters. The male buffalo can weigh up to 700 kilograms. Although they are herbivores, they are one of the most terrible beasts. They collectively fought, led by an adult male buffalo, and formed a large square to rush to the invaders. Such a phalanx usually has hundreds or even thousands of buffaloes with a speed of 60 kilometers per hour. Under such a situation, close people will be trampled into meat.

  6. Bee

  Distribution: tropical, subtropical and temperate.

  Kill more than 400 people every year.

  Compared to domesticated bees, wild bees slay dead people. Normally, the colony will be quite quiet, but once an intruder appears, the angry bee colony will launch a deadly attack. In the past few years, murderous bees from South America have entered the trend in Central America and North America.

  7. African lion

  Distribution: Southeastern Africa.

  It is reported that more than 250 people were killed each year.

  African lions can be up to 2.5 meters long, with a tail length of 1.1 meters and a weight of 250 kilograms. They live together in groups to fight for predation. The hungry lion often attacks people. On the African grasslands, it is common for lions to bite people.

  8. Australian box jellyfish

  Distribution: shallow waters in northeastern Queensland, Australia.

  More than 100 people die each year.

  A light blue transparent jellyfish shaped like a box with four distinct sides, each about 20 cm long, hence the name. It has a nickname “Ocean wasp” because it has a stinger like a bumblebee, and that is its tentacles. The box jellyfish has 60 tentacles of about 3 meters long, and each tentacle has more than 5,000 stinging cells, enough to kill 60 people.

  9. Great White Shark

  Distribution: tropical and temperate zones in the oceans.

  I believe that people who have seen the film “Great White Shark” are still fresh in their horror scenes of the Great White Shark attacking people. The great white shark can be up to 7 meters long and weigh up to 3,200 kilograms. More than 3,000 sharp teeth can crush everything. Its teeth are triangular, like a serrated one, and some are up to 7.5 cm long. Hundreds of shark attacks occur every year, and one-third to one-half of them are initiated by great white sharks.