The world has some pretty ferocious creatures. You might think that the Lion or the Cheetah are as vicious as animals can get. Well, gear up, because this list will keep you up at night.
POISON DART FROGS
This frog looks quite innocent, but it has enough poison to kill 10 adults at once. Ancient tribes used the poison from this frog in their arrow to make them even deadlier. They are commonly found in South and Central America.
So, why do polar bears make the list? That’s because polar bears are the pure definition of fearless. If a cheetah is charging at you and you shoot him with the rifle, even if the bullet is non-lethal, he’ll retreat. But, even if you hit a polar bear with a 50 Cal bullet, he’ll keep charging till he drops dead.
These snakes aren’t venomous, but they don’t venom to devour their preys. They can swallow their prey as a whole without a problem. If that isn’t enough, they can choke you with their long bodies till you’re grasping for air. So, think twice before you approach a green anaconda.
MEDITERRANEAN BLACK WIDOW
This Black Widow is ten times deadlier than the original black widow. The patterns on their bodies can scare off predators and if that isn’t enough, a bite certainly will.
A Millipede looks a lot like a centipede but it can emit poisonous liquid as well as cyanide gas through his pores. They can easily devour most small animals, although they aren’t fatal to a human, but they can do some serious damage.
These ants aren’t named bullet for their speed. They are the largest species of ant and can climb pretty much anything. And, their bite is said to be more painful than a bullet wound.
BLUE RINGED OCTOPUS
This octopus is almost the size of a golf ball but its size doesn’t reflect the damage that it can bestow. It has enough venom to kill 26 healthy adults. And, the worst part is that there is no antidote.
This wasp is as deadly as wasps can be. They’re named this way because they mainly prey on tarantulas, but they can take a human every now and then too. Dozens of humans die to these tiny wasps every year.
INDIAN RED SCORPION
This scorpion is usually found in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. They are really small and for some reason, they like shoes. So, if you’re ever in these regions, make sure you take a peek in your shoe before wearing them.
If you’re drinking water that has been recently exposed to human feces, then you’re probably going to get infested. These roundworms are found in countries with really poor sanitary conditions.
This is the smallest jellyfish and ironically, it is the most dangerous. Their sting is 100 times more dangerous than a cobra’s. And, they can easily pass through the jellyfish nets meant to protect beaches.