A ferocious leopard may have killed 15 people in india evrey year and caused 6,603 animal deaths since 2010. its latest victim a 4-year-old boy that the creature dragged away into the jungle to eat. The head of boy was found in the forest a kilometer from his home Saturday morning. #18 hourses:
About 20 people are killed at rodeos in the U.S. every year fro getting kicked by horses. deaths are due to brain injuries caused as the result of not wearing a helmet. In fact, it is estimated that 60 percent of horse riding deaths occur due to brain injury. #17 cows:
In the United States, the CDC estimates that about twenty-two people are killed by cows each year, and of those cow attacks, seventy-five percent were known to be deliberate attacks. One third of the killings were committed by cows that had previously displayed aggressive behavior #16 ants:
20-50 people are killed each year in Africa from ants.
fire ant is particularly ruthless. They kill by stinging their prey and then injecting venom known as solenopsin. And because of this, when a human is stung by the ant, it can be compared to the sensation felt when being burned; however, the sting is usually minor and something that the body can fight on its own. #15 bees:
bee stings are the largest killer of humans in the U.S. directly caused by animals. About two million people in the United States are allergic to bee stings. Three percent of children who are stung will experience allergic reactions.
bout 100 Americans die every year from bee stings. #14 lions:
Though humans are not normally part of the lion’s diet (they prefer animals with more meat), lions have been known to actively hunt us. In fact, It is estimated that 550–700 people are attacked
by lions every year. & about 70 people annually die from lions #13 jellyfish:
Most people know that Jellyfish stings itch like crazy. However, not many people know that people die every year from jellyfish stings 20 to 40 people are killed annually from box jellyfish stings in the Philippines alone. On average, one person
is killed annually by box jellyfish in Australia. #12 tiger:
Tigers have killed more people than any other big cat. In fact, tens to hundreds of people are killed by wild tigers annually in tiger-range states #11 deer:
Deer kill more people than Lions, Tigers, Bears and Sharks It’s not because they attack, but because hapless deer wander onto roadways, It is estimated that around 120 people die every year because of deer. #10 Dogs:
Dogs are responsible for over a hundred fatalities world wide. In the United States alone,about 30 people die annually from dog It’s important to note that most aggressive acts caused by dogs are due to human misconduct. #9 Cape Buffalo:
The African buffalo is not an ancestor of domestic cattle,
and is only distantly related to other larger bovines. Owing to its unpredictable nature, which makes it highly dangerous to humans. they are responsible for 200 death per year, over and above other huge animals. #8 Elephants:
The elephant is the largest land animal in the world and can easily crush anyone that stands in its way, which is why an enraged elephant is one of the most dangerous of all animals. They are responsible for an estimated death toll of 500 people annually. #7 Crocodiles:
Crocodiles are huge and extremely dangerous. With their assorted earth tone colors they can blend into their environments and become
deadly stealth machines while in the water. They are responsible for an estimated death toll of 1500 to2500 people annually. #6 Hippopotamus:
It`s difficult to imagine that the hippos are dangerous for people. They have big fat body and short thick feet. They like cooling down and swim in the lakes. The hippos are so heavy that they sink directly to the bottom in the lakes without floating up. They can hold their breath for 5 minutes.
Around 2,900 people are killed every year because of hippopotamuses. #5 Scorpions:
Scorpions are found all across the world. There are over 2,000 different species found on six of the seven continents but only 25 of these species are known to have venom capable of killing a human being between 1,000 to 5,000 people are killed by scorpions annually. #4 Snakes:
Globally snake bite affects the lives of some 4.5 million people every year, and conservative estimates suggest that at least 100,000 people die from snake bite, and another 250,000 are permanently disabled. #3 Tsetse flies:
he Tsetse fly is responsible for spreading the African sleeping sickness, which affects as many as 500,000 people, 80 percent of whom eventually die. #2 Mosquitoes:
Mosquitoes may be one of the smallest on this list,
According to the World Health Organization, mosquito bites result in the deaths of more than 1 million people every year. The World Health Organization estimates that between 300 and 500 million cases of malaria occur each
year — and a child dies from malaria every 30 seconds. # 1 human:
Human beings may not stand to win in a fair fight against most of these species, but thanks to our ingenuity, we have learned how to arm ourselves with weapons and tools which have placed us at the top of the food chain (at least for the time being). We also get extra points on the deadly scale for our aggression, not only toward other animals, but toward each other. The scale to which we take our destruction is unique. No other animal starts worldwide wars or blasts whole regions of the earth into total ruin with nuclear weapons. Without a doubt, the most dangerous animal in the world is the face you see in the mirror each day.