Known for their sharp teeth and aggressive behavior, they can inflict serious injuries to humans and other animals.
Found in the coastal regions of the Indo-Pacific, their venomous spines can cause extreme pain, paralysis, and even death.
A venomous fish found in the Indo-Pacific region, they can cause severe pain, nausea, and breathing difficulties in humans.
Capable of generating powerful electric shocks, they can cause cardiac arrest and even death in humans.
Found in the waters of Australia and Southeast Asia, their potent venom can cause heart failure and death in humans.
A highly toxic fish found in the waters of Japan and Southeast Asia, their flesh can be lethal if not prepared correctly.
Known for their venomous barbs, they can cause serious injuries and even death in humans.
A predatory fish found in tropical and subtropical oceans, their sharp teeth and powerful jaws can cause serious injuries to humans.
Found in the rivers of Central Africa, they have razor-sharp teeth and can grow up to 6 feet long.
Known for their aggressive behavior and ability to swim in freshwater, they are responsible for many shark attacks on humans.