Great white, bull, and tiger sharks are the most lethal sharks. Up to 40,000 psi of pressure per square inch is produced by their bites.
Elephants are renowned for their intellect and friendliness, but because of their enormous size and power, they are also able to feel rage and retaliation.
Due to their hostility, territorial disposition, and sharp teeth, hippos, the third-largest terrestrial mammal, cause over 500 fatalities each year.
Tropical Africa is home to parasite that causes African sleeping sickness, spread by tsetse flies. Without medical care, fatalities average 10,000 every year.
Crocodiles are among the biggest and deadliest creatures, causing up to 5,000 fatalities annually. The most hazardous species is the crocodile of the Nile.
The tiniest and deadliest animal is the mosquito. causes 750k–1 million fatalities annually by harbouring the West Nile, Zika, dengue, and malaria viruses.
Wolf interactions are uncommon but canine rabies kills 40–50k annually. Due to lack of access to advanced medical care, the majority occur in underdeveloped nations.
Snakes kill more than 100,000 people each year, with the Indian saw-scaled viper being the deadliest so fear of them is justified.
Majestic In their native savannas and grasslands, African lions are the top predators. Poses a serious threat by attacking others if provoked.
The waters of the Indo-Pacific are home to a dangerous animal with one of the most toxic stings in the world. Its sting can instantly kill a human.