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Top Ten Dangerous Animals in World

African Buffalo​
African Buffalo​

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Cone Snails​
Cone Snails​

The cone snail species that packs the most venomous wallop is the geography cone snail, according to BBC Earth. Cone snails are a group of marine snails found in tropical oceans and seas around the world, though some live in more temperate habitats, like the waters around Southern California, the Mediterranean Sea and around the southern cape of South Africa.

Golden ​Poison Frog​
Golden ​Poison Frog​

The golden poison frog is not venomous, but poisonous: venomous animals have a delivery method for the toxin, such as fangs or spines, while poisonous animals and plants do not have a delivery method and rely on transference of the toxin, typically by, but not limited to, ingestion.

Box Jellyfish​
Box Jellyfish​

There are many varieties of box jellyfish, all of which can be quite deadly. Aside from box jellyfish though, as you can see, there are really not many dangerous jellyfish. There is the Man o’ War (which barely counts), and the Sea Nettle and Lion’s Mane jellyfish, but other stinging jellies like the Moon and Cannonball are relatively harmless.

Pufferfish​
Pufferfish​

The list of world’s most dangerous animals is dominated by tiny, often-overlooked animals, with the hippopotamus and crocodile being the only notable exceptions. Indeed, some of the smallest animals are among the world’s deadliest creatures, with millions of human deaths being attributed to them each year.

Black Mamba​
Black Mamba​

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Saltwater ​Crocodile​
Saltwater ​Crocodile​

Brien said saltwater crocodiles displayed different behaviour when catching prey compared with when they fought each other, but that the vast size of the animals posed significant dangers to people. “A two-metre croc won’t eat a human, but once you get an animal that is four metres long, humans are certainly on the menu,” he said.

Tsetse fly​
Tsetse fly​

The list of world’s most dangerous animals is dominated by tiny, often-overlooked animals, with the hippopotamus and crocodile being the only notable exceptions. Indeed, some of the smallest animals are among the world’s deadliest creatures, with millions of human deaths being attributed to them each year.

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Human​
Human​

Of all the species in the world, the largest—and most dangerous—is the saltwater crocodile, which inhabits the Indo-Pacific region ranging from parts of India and Vietnam all the way to northern Australia.

Mosquito​
Mosquito​

“Mosquitoes are perhaps the most dangerous animals in the world,” Omar Akbari, PhD, an assistant professor of entomology at the Center for Disease Vector Research at the University of California Riverside, told Healthline.