There are many animals on this planet. Some are fine but some are venomous and dangerous for all. Some might hurt you back when you try to hurt them as well but some are just not as good as you can think of them. So here we are going to talk about 5 of these dangerous animals on the planet.
1) Box jellyfish
Box jellyfish is one the dangerous animals found on the planet. They are native to Australia. They are cnidarian vertebrates distinguished by their box like body. Some species of this animal produces venom that are fatal to humans. It is said to be the deadliest creature in the sea.
Mosquitoes are one of the smallest creature but is as deadly as large venomous creatures. They are found in every region except Antarctica. Genera Aedes, Anopheles and Culex are the main dangers. They are primary vector for diseases like malaria, chikungunya, yellow fever, dengue, elephantiasis, Zika virus, encephalitis and dengu. These diseases affect more than 700 million people in a year and caused death of nearly 725000 people.
3) Saltwater crocodile
They are one of the most dangerous beast. They can grow up to 26ft. They are massive in size and weights upto tonnes. They are aggressive they tear the humans into pieces. One or two fatal attacks are reported by these creatures. If looked properly they resembles T.rex. There are sign board present to avoid swimming in the area of this beast. Mainly 20-30 attacks outside Australia take place by these massive man eaters. Most of them are males.
Stone fish are found in indo-pacific ocean, The Red sea and the great barrier reef. They are the most venomous fish known and they are fatal to human. Stonefish stings are extremely painful and potentially lethal. Stonefish stings can occur on the beach, not only in water but also outside the water as they can survive 24 hours outside the water. They look similar to rocks or corals.
5) Puffer fish
Puffer fish is also known as blowfish. They are closely related to porcupinefish which have large external spines. These species are toxic and some are poisonous. Pufferfish can be lethal if not served properly. Puffer poisoning usually results from consumption of incorrectly prepared Puffer soup, fugu chiri, or occasionally from raw Puffer meat. Pufferfish tetrodoxin deadens the tongue and lips, and induce dizziness and vomiting, followed by numbness and prickling over the body, rapid heart rate, decreased blood pressure and muscle paralysis.