Natural Born Killers: These Deadly Dangerous Animals Could Finish You in a Moment

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.


African Elephant

Weapon: giant size and tusks.

Range: sub-Saharan Africa.


Deathstalker Scorpion

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.


Great White Shark

Weapon: jaws.

Range: the United States (Atlantic Northeast and California), South Africa, Japan, Oceania, Chile, and the Mediterranean.


Black Mamba

Weapon: venom.

Range: Central and Southern Africa.


Cone Snail

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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Poison Dart Frog

Weapon: venom. Its poison is located on its skin, so the slightest touch could finish you off.

Range: Central and South America


Cape Buffalo

Weapon: horns and hooves. This animal kills more humans than any other in Africa.

Range: Central and Southern Africa


African Lion

Weapon: claws, tusks and giant size.

Range: Africa.



Weapon: venom. Victims die slowly and in agony.

Range: sub-Saharan Africa.


Puffer Fish

Weapon: venom. Puffer Fish is a delicacy in Japan, but the process of cooking is very complicated and every year gourmets die by intoxication.

Range: South America, Central Africa and Southeast Asia.


Polar Bear

Weapon: claws, tusks and giant size.

Range: within the Arctic Circle.



Weapon: claws and tusks.

Range: Africa and Southwest Asia.


Tse Tse Fly

Weapon: proboscis, primary carrier of human sleeping sickness.

Range: Central Africa.

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Carpet Viper

Weapon: venom. It works like the boomslang’s hemotoxin.

Range: dry regions of Africa, the Middle East, Pakistan, India, and Sri Lanka.


Komodo Dragon

Weapon: claws and tusks.

Range: Islands of Komodo, Rinca, Flores, Gili Motang, and Padar.


Africanized Honey Bee

Weapon: venom. This bee is a cross between European and African bees. Offended swarms will chase their victims for miles.

Range: North and South Americas


Brazilian Wandering Spider

Weapon: world’s most venomous spider, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

Range: tropical South America.


Blue Ringed Octopus

Weapon: venom with no known antidote.

Range: the Pacific and Indian Oceans.



Weapon: giant size and tusks. Very aggressive animal.

Range: sub-Saharan Africa.


Saltwater Crocodile

Weapon: jaws.

Range: Indo-Pacific.



Weapon: proboscis. The Mosquito is the world’s #1 disease transmitter.

Range: almost everywhere.


Box Jellyfish

Weapon: is called ‘ the world’s most venomous animal.’

Range: tropical Indo-Pacific.

Maybe you’ll be a little bit more careful now, because even the smallest creatures could be deadly. And better buy a mosquito net.

What do you think?


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