Found in the Middle East and North Africa, this venomous scorpion is the reason for over 75% scorpion related deaths per year.
24) Africanized Honey Bee
An interbreeding experiment between African and European bees led to some of the species accidentally getting loose. Now found all over the Americas, these killer bees will chase you down for miles!
Rhinoceros are known to have terrible eyesight. But once you get in their view, you either have to run for your life or face the horn!
22) Cone Snail
A single drop of venom from a cone snail can kill 20 humans! Once you get stung by this malicious creature, you only breathe enough to smoke one last cigarette!
0.15 seconds is all it takes for a stonefish to consume its prey. The best scenario for you would be stepping on the spines of the ‘world’s most venomous fish’ and only getting your legs damaged!
20) Great White Shark
It’s quite surprising that the Great White Shark doesn’t fancy eating humans. They will take a few chunks before they realize you’re too bony, and will then leave you to bleed to death underwater.
19) Black Mamba
Aggressive, fast, and lethal, the ‘death incarnate’ can cast fear from a distance. No wonder Kobe Bryant got the alias.
18) Cape Buffalo
Also known as the ‘black death’, cape buffaloes cause more deaths per year in Africa than any large other animal.
17) Poison Dart Frog
What’s worse than a frog with poisonous skin? These 2 inches of mischief with enough poison to kill over 20,000 mice!
16) Polar Bear
The world’s largest carnivore is known to eat just about anything that has meat in it, including its own kind!
15) Box Jellyfish
Box jellyfish is the most venomous animal on the planet. It causes more deaths per year then crocodiles, stonefish, and sharks combined!
14) African Lion
Though humans are generally not on their wish list, African lions do not show mercy when hunger strikes.
Boomslang venom contains hematoxin, which stops blood clotting. A sting from one of these will leave you bleeding from every pore of your body as you experience a slow, painful death.
12) Puffer Fish
A puffer fish can paralyze the diaphragm of a human with its poison. Surprisingly is it still a popular delicacy in Japan.
Having an affinity for human corpse, hyenas normally get into their predator mode once the sun goes down.
10) Komodo dragon
Natives of Komodo Island in Indonesia, Komodo Dragons will eat everything including humans, but only once a month.
9) Tsetse Fly
Somewhat responsible for a quarter million deaths per year, this fly carries the African Sleep Sickness which has infested the continent for decades.
You know what they say, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. This can be applied to leopards, as they get fiercer when wounded.
7) Carpet Viper
Similar in nature to boomslang but more deadly than them, carpet vipers are the reason for majority of the snake related deaths all over the world.
6) Brazilian Wandering Spider
The most venomous spider in the world can be found wandering just about anywhere, generally during daytime. Be sure to check your garage!
5) Blue Ringed Octopus
Despite its small size, a blue ringed octopus can kill 26 adults with its venom. What makes this mystical creature more deadly is that there is no antidote for the venom!
Though they won’t fancy eating you, hippopotamuses can attack humans and destroy entire vehicles without provocation!
3) Saltwater Crocodile
Have you ever heard of a crocodile that eats sharks? Saltwater crocodile is known for that, and likes to drown its prey before tearing it apart.
African elephants are the largest land animals in the world. They can exhibit rage to the point of destroying entire villages and human lives.
What do you know? The deadliest animal in the world is also one of the smallest. Mosquitoes are responsible for over 2 to 3 million deaths per year, more than any other animal on the planet.