The Deadliest Creatures in the World That Can Kill You!

 Some might think that the deadliest creatures are the biggest or the scariest, but here, we are face to face with beautiful, yet attractive creatures, but beneath this gorgeous surface lies death. Those creatures are (with no particular order):

The Cone Snail:

This snail has the power to kill in less than four minutes in case of stepping on it where its venom contains Neurotoxin (Nerves Poison which is very lethal).

Poison Arrow Frog:

Seeing this nice looking, breathe taking frog would give you the impression that it’s peaceful and cute. But what we are sure of that when you touch it or try to catch it, the shiny mud on its body will kill you in a minute without biting or stinging… just one touch will do the trick.

The lazy clown of the insect world.

Its hair contains a slimy and gross substance. Just the mere touch of this hairy insect would kill a grown up human for containing an anti-congealing hormone which spreads quickly inside the body leading to death within minutes.

Beaked Sea Snake

Some might thin that snakes found in the wilderness are dangerous more than their sea-fellows, but what we don’t know is that sea snakes are more dangerous and deadlier to human. This kind exists in the Arabian Gulf, and near the Indian Islands.

Box Jellyfish.

This jellyfish can be found nearby the Australian shores and to the southern parts of Asia. It’s called: Chironex Fleckeri and the size doesn’t exceed 16 ounce. Despite its relatively small size, it is the most venomous creature ever. It has 24 eyes divided into 4 groups, and the claws contain thousands of microscopic poisonous needles. Even the slightest touch of this creature will lead to an inevitable death.

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logical girl.!!! 4 years ago

what happens if your walking in the forest not doing anything wrong, and then you see the most amazing thing! A YELLOW AND BLACK FROGGY! you think cute, then go is it dangerous? and you remmber buying a black and yellow stuffed frog at the store and you think its safe and you touch it...... and you look at your hand and your like whaT??/ AND BAMM...


Yorkie Obsessor 6 years ago

You forgot my mother-in-law...


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shamelabboush 6 years ago Author

You're right Cleanclover, mosquitos can be deadly... Thanks


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Cleanclover 6 years ago from Piece of land!

The deadliest creature is Man. I fear terrorists more than these creatures. And second would be mosquito. It kills millions and more then any creature.


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shamelabboush 6 years ago Author

Thanks a lot dohn for your kind words :)

Shamel.


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dohn121 6 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

Before reading this, I've only been aware of the poison arrow frog! I can't get over how beautiful that snail looks...I'd like his shell after he passes! Thank you so much, Shamela for sharing this deadly hub!


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Becareful Shaul Stein :)


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Shaul Stein 7 years ago

Kind of reminds me of evil.....looks inviting.....and then.....say goodnight !

Still true these days.

"in the day that you touch it, you will surly die"


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Thanks Enelle Lamb.


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Enelle Lamb 7 years ago from Canada's 'California'

Certainly makes me want to stay home LOL...great hub


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Thanks Jewels. This is very nice of you :)


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Jewels 7 years ago from Australia

Great hub, I was expecting a few more snakes but you surprised me. Who would have thought a pretty shell could kill you!


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Thank YOU Brenda for your sweet comment :) Glad you enjoyed it!


\Brenda Scully 7 years ago

Wow it just shows you doesn't it..... some of the colours of those creatures are lovely..... not everything that looks good is good, a lesson to be learnt, thanks for teaching us that lesson. lovely hub


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Thank you soni2006.


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soni2006 7 years ago from New Delhi, India

Thanks for this really incredible info on these cute looking deadly creatures.


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Yeah catherine, be careful :)


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_catherine_ 7 years ago

those are deadly???it's somehow hard to beleive.thanks to this hub,i now know that cute pets can also be deadly creatures.thanks!


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Right RB :), thanks for the comment.


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean

Thanks for the education. I think the arrow frog has a "stay the hell away" paint job.


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cathy_cute 7 years ago

welcome....


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

They are scary charms :). Thanks cathy.


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cathy_cute 7 years ago

this is absolutely amazing!i can't believe that those cute animals are deadly.especially that jellyfish.


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Lgali 7 years ago

very nice collection nice photos


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

True GenerqueMedia, I loathe jellyfish also. They have serene look but lethal effect.


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GeneriqueMedia 7 years ago from Earth

I HATE jellyfish. I'm soooo freaked out by them that I don't go to the beach. I wouldn't mind diving, though, as long as I could see what was going on around me.

Neurotoxins are evil...they shut down the patheways to your brain and the rest of your body.

G|M


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Thanks Kirsa for visiting. Glad you like the photos.


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Kirsa 7 years ago from Mumbai

All your hubs seem pretty interesting... I am amazed how you manage to put up such beautiful photographs. The jellyfish indeed looks beautiful, o gosh, had no idea about these deadly creatures.


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Welcome dear alantie


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alantie 7 years ago from Simferopol

Very interesting information. Frog and snake have threatening colouring which warn about danger...

Thanks for sharing useful info


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Welcome dear Trisha


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Trisha's Artworks 7 years ago

The box jellyfish looks amazing,it's so beautiful,,too bad it's deadly.

Great hub!!! Love it!!


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Yes, sure Pete. Thanks for visiting.


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Pete Maida 7 years ago

Well done. Those are creatures that most people wouldn't be afraid of.


3cardmonte 7 years ago

Cool, who would have thought that a snail could be that dangerous!


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

BriteEdwards, I really appreciate what you just said, and highly honor your visits. You are always welcome.


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BirteEdwards 7 years ago

Shamelaboush. I know when I joined your fan club that I was in for a treat, and so I am.

The only channels I watch on TV, when I don't feel like doing anything else, is NG and related. I find the natural world amazing, abundant, and full of surprises, and you just shared 5 with us.


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Hi Sheenarobins, yeah, you should take care especially that you're living in a tropical area I guess!


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sheenarobins 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

Gosh, they all look cute to me. I could mistook them for a pet or something. Now, I know I should not touch them. Thanks, shamela!


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shamelabboush 7 years ago Author

Sorry for them.


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Bunchee 7 years ago from Dubai, UAE

brrr... scary.. few people i know died because of the jellyfish :-(

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