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Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals

Updated on December 15, 2012

Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals

Most dangerous animal on earth, without a doubt - a human.

However, the weapons made by humans, just as hands, feet and teeth are hard to kill someone.

But the world is and the animals that are good handling with only what Mother Nature has given.

10. Quiver frog

These frogs are among most colourful animals on earth, but should not kiss them. One frog produces enough poison to kill 10 people. If you have to roam the forests of Colombia would suggest watch.

9. African buffalo

Africa is known as "black death". Death each year, send a few people. Considered one of the most dangerous animal in Africa. The tank weighs about 700 kg. One is not dangerous, but usually graze in large herds. Saw a flock of high-worth pasiieškoti tree.

8. Northern bear

The largest animal on earth mėsaėdis. Excellent swimmers - can move up to 80 km in iced water. Anyway northern bears are fairly calm, but we felt the threat and in particular their pets to run really refrain from any attacks.

7. Elephant

The largest land mammal is the African elephant. Despite the high popularity of zoos are among the largest predators on earth. Weighs approximately how many five cars - around 7 tons. Each year, the elephants in India kills about 500 people in Sri Lanka, even on the 50th.

6. Australian saltwater crocodile

The largest reptile in the world. The adult length of up to 7 meters. Their victims run the water surface: pop-up, grip, pull back into the water, and sinks quietly cut up for dinner.

5. African lion

The only cats living in groups. This makes them particularly dangerous hunters. If one will Savanoj Africa, pasisaugok - then the zone.

4. Great white shark

If you notice blood boil them in water - can grab anything that moves, and use all his teeth 3000. Most weigh more than 2 tons. Normally white shark nežudo people, but once done so often becomes a murderer, and then the swimmers have to do to pray.

3. Australian jellyfish

Each jellyfish has tentacles up to 60 and each of them has enough poison to send 60 people to death. One tentacle length of 4.5 meters. Since 1954 the fault of the jellyfish was recorded 5 567 deaths.

2. Asian cobra

Although this is not the cobra snake nuodingiausia family spokeswoman, but it is responsible for most human deaths. Usually they neatakuoja unprovoked, but only in India every year thousands of people poisoned. Around the world every year since the death of cobra bite 50 000 people. Bites cobra affected the nervous system, paralyzing man and some time after his death.

1. Mosquito

Yes, quite rightly, in the first place - the mosquito. Mosquito usually not dangerous, its bite causes itching only. However, when the female mosquito carries malaria-causing bacteria. Infected person dies. This is a common phenomenon in Africa. This category each year from malaria, even went to two million people.

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After the Attack - Episode 2: Dangerous Waters
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