Polar bears are the largest terrestrial predator that still exists on Earth. As the heaviest and most accessible meat animals on the planet, humans will undoubtedly be one of their delicious choices. Polar bears have never feared humans. The most frightening thing is that they can smell us at a distance of 36km and will quietly go, also because of their fur color that we can not even know that they are approaching us when around. It’s all snow.
Since 1960, on average each year one person has to abandon gills because of this species, but due to climate change as well as habitat of this animal is gradually shrinking so this number is constantly increased rapidly in the last three years.
Tigers and leopards are nocturnal animals, they often stay away from humans, but sometimes there will be some “addicted” to human taste.
There are two famous tigers in India, one kills 125 and the other more ferocious. It was believed to have killed over 400 people, but later they were all killed by famous British army hunters in India. Colonel James Corbett once hunted and killed a tiger that killed 436 people. So far, tigers and leopards still average an average of 29 people each year in India.
Deer. Some people may find it difficult to understand because deer are herbivores, they do not prey on how they become a threat to human life. In fact, about 130 people die each year from deer in the United States and the reason is that they cross the road and cause accidents to the unfortunate cars that fail to detect their crosswalks in time. .
African buffalos can reach a weight of half a ton to almost a ton. Although they eat grass and do not eat people, they do not have a good impression on humans.
Their personality is crazy and unpredictable, especially for those injured or separated from the flock, they will become extremely aggressive, it is estimated that about 250 people are killed each year due to the attack. peacock of African buffalo.
The next animal is definitely a lion, we all know that the lion is a cold-blooded predator in the natural world and there’s the undeniable truth, they always consider humans as their prey. It is estimated that nearly 300 people are attacked by lions each year and die in Africa.
Elephants can be considered human friends, because most of them have a gentle appearance and do not actively provoke humans, but in fact about 500 people are attacked by elephants every year. .
Nile crocodile, scientific name Crocodylus niloticus is a species of crocodile in the Crocodylidae family. This species was first described by Laurenti in 1768.
Crocodile Nile. The largest reptile in Africa, the male can reach a length of 5.5 meters and weigh more than 1 ton. It mainly eats antelope, zebra, buffalo, etc. But sometimes they also attack humans, and many of these reptiles attack their owners, with an estimated thousands of people dying each year under their teeth.
Hippopotamus is a large herbivorous mammal that lives in sub-Saharan Africa, and is one of the two extant species of the Hippopotamidae family. The heaviest remains, though much lower than giraffes.
The hippo mouth can be opened to 180 degrees. It may be the animal with the largest mouth on the planet. The most frightening thing is that the teeth in their lower jaw can be as long as 50 cm. Fortunately, hippos are herbivores, but they are very hot and grumpy streaks. If you unfortunately provoke them, their large mouth will make you shudder. According to a statistic, hippos kill about 500 people a year and some people think the actual number should be nearly 3,000.
Snake venom or snake venom is the gland that contains toxins of poisonous snakes. Venom, like other saliva secretions, is a pre-digestive substance that starts the breakdown of food into soluble compounds, which aid digestion. Even bites of snakes without venom cause tissue damage.
Snake. I believe that when you see this word, many people will get goosebumps. The reptile has a deep hatred of humans since Adam and Eve, and at least 50,000 people die each year from its bites.
With a huge army of over 100 trillion or more, they appear almost every corner of the globe, killing about 700,000 people each year. Researchers think mosquitoes may have killed nearly half of the 108 billion people who have lived for about 200,000 years worldwide.
But in fact, mosquitoes do not directly kill people but they are indirect animals that bring viruses and pathogens into the human body and most notably malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever, West Nile, Zika or even HIV.
Today, about 4 billion people are at risk of mosquito-borne diseases. Organizations and scientists around the world are constantly researching ways to eliminate and limit the harmful effects of mosquitoes on humans. The battle between humans and mosquitoes seems to never end.
Human. I believe that this “animal” will be listed as the “animal” that poses the greatest threat to humans. Murder, traffic accident, terrorist attack, war … more than 400,000 people die each year because of this “animal”. The closer you are, the more you focus on the movement, the more vulnerable you will be!