Deadliest Creatures of Planet Earth

African Lion

Regardless of the size there are creatures that are responsible for the deaths of Human being from pint-sized Poison Dart Frog to the big as Polar Bear,this time we are going to have the comprehensive look on these animals Top 10 only, as some animals look dangerous and some animals are dangerous, i believe by going thru this article you will be amazed to find these facts as I was while compiling these amazing facts about the dangerous animals.


01. Mosquito: Mostly found creature in our neighbor hood, they not only make you itch but sometimes are responsible for many deadliest diseases and top of the line Malaria, The malarial parasite Plasmodium is transmitted by this deadly creature and are responsible for the deaths of more than 02 million people globally.



02. Asian Cobra: This Flaring hood Snake, the Asian Cobra is definitely not the most venomous snake but it does the best use of what it has. Deaths due to snake bit now reaches upto 50,000 a year and this Snake is responsible for most of the lot.

Indian Cobra


03. Australian Box Jellyfish: “Sea wasp” or “Marine stinger”: Very well known for its deadliest potent venom and rightly called as the “World’s most venomous creature” . Sting from this is very painful and fatal for Humans. this deadly creature can have upto 60 tentacles each tentacle having around 500,000 stinging cells that injects the venom in to the victim. Have enough of poison to kill 60 men.

Australian Jellyfish


04. Great White Shark: Known as “White Death”, “White Pointer”, found in all coastal surface waters of the oceans. Size makes its distinction among other animals as it can grown more then 05 m and weighs up to 2268Kg (5000 lb).Tthe best selling Novel “Jaws” by Peter Benchley and the subsequent movie on the Novel by Steven Spielberg shows it as “Vicious Man Eater” but in reality humans are not the preferred diet. loves to smell blood in water that turn them in to an angery predator and uses all its 3000 teeth to bite whatever moves. It is ranked first in the list of recorded attacks on humans.

Great Shark


05. African Lion: Is one of the biggest cats and second after the Tiger, lives in Sub Saharan Africa and Asia. lives in a group called “Pride” which has many females and cubs. It weighs around 250 kg. is scary when hungry and roaring showing off its fangs. With claws sharpen than a razor, attacks like a flash, catch prey by surprise all the time. Nearly perfect hunters.

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06. Australian Salt Water Crocodile: Its the largest of all reptiles on this planet with mean size and weight as 4.2 m in length and 450 Kg (1000lb) respectively. With habit in Northern Australia its an opportunistic ambusher that can take anything that comes in to its territory either in water or on the dry land. They are well Known attackers of Humans that trespass their territory. The adult can eat anything form Humans, Monkeys, domestic animals, Kangaroos, wild Boar whatever.

Salt water Crocodile


07. Elephant: They are the largest land living animals today. the largest elephant eve recorded is to have weight around 11000 Kg (24000 lb) with a shoulder height of 3.96 m almost one meter taller than the average male elephants (African). Elephant seems very innocent but we should not forget that every elephant is not “Dumbo”, they on an average are responsible for 500 Human deaths a year.

African Elephant


08. Polar Bear: Natives of Arctic Circle encompassing the Arctic ocean. its the land largest carnivore and the largest bear weighs up to 350-680Kg. for Arctic indigenous people POlar Bear is enjoys its status as the Material, Spiritual and cultural figure. It spends its life on or edge of the frozen sea. they take Lion seals at their lunch. And with one paw it can take human away when they try to hunt or come between it and its baby Bear.

Polar Bear


09. Cape Buffalo: Its not that sweet as the Domestic asian buffalo, its unpredictable with sharp two horn and can take any thing as a challenge. they have never been domesticated by now. With height of 1.7 m and length of 3.4 m and weighs like 500-900Kg. its a member of the “Big Five Game”,  a term used to describe the five most difficult animals to hunt down. Known as th “Black Death” or “Widow maker” in Africa. Owing to its impulsive nature make it dangerous for humans. Each year it is blamed for around 200 human deaths and mostly reported to be responsible for deaths of humans than any other animals.

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10. Poison Dart Frog: You better not be thinking of kissing these tiny colorful frogs, you better not. these “Poison arrow frog” are the natives of central and north America. Size is like 1.5 cm in length weighs around 02 grams. unlike other species of frogs they are active during the day. poses far less risk to humans and other animals but it has the ability to secrete the quantity of neurotoxin to kill 10 humans.

Dart frog


So, these are the deadliest animals on our list. to my surprise in this list we have Cape Buffalo that was not that well known for its “Black Death” Powers before our research on this topic to us and same is the case with Great White Shark the “White Death”, The tiny little colorful frog, Cobra, elephant, crocodile, Polar Bear, lion, Blue cup shaped jelly fish and last but not least Mosquito wins the race.


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