Stay away from these animals, because even a single sting could be lethal. They are on top of the food chain. Many of them attack people even without provocation.
Weapon: jaws and venomous spines.
Range: Indo-Pacific oceans, coastal Florida and the Caribbean.
Weapon: claws and tusks.
Range: parts of sub-Saharan Africa, West Asia, the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia to Siberia.
Weapon: giant size and tusks.
Range: sub-Saharan Africa.
Weapon: venom. Adults can survive a strike, but most kids usually suffer coma and die.
Range: North Africa and the Middle East
Weapon: horn and size.
Range: Africa and Southern Asia.
Range: the United States (Atlantic Northeast and California), South Africa, Japan, Oceania, Chile, and the Mediterranean.
Range: Central and Southern Africa.
Weapon: venom. After being stung you have time for one cigarette before the death. There is no antivenom.
Range: Western Indo-Pacific Region the Cape coast of South Africa, the Mediterranean, California.
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