Most dangerous animal in the world for man
As you read it, the mosquito is the most dangerous animal in the world and this is because:
- There are currently around 3000 species of this insect.
- They have been around for at least about 145 million years.
- They are found in every space on the globe (including rivers, lakes, and seas).
- They adapt quickly to any environment.
- All its females (these are the ones that bite) have the ability to transmit in their bites; Toxic microorganisms in varying degrees that can spread in record time in large groups of people and other animals.
- They do not feed on humans as such, but they are attracted to the nutrients in their blood and use it to create protein-rich eggs.
- Humanity, we know, runs away wherever it perceives or glimpses them, but these prehistoric animals follow and detect them everywhere, therefore they are the most dangerous for other living beings, especially for us.
- Approximately 750,000 people die each year from a mosquito bite and hundreds more are physically disabled by the various diseases they transmit.
Of these reptiles, the poisonous ones occupy the second position of the most dangerous animals in the world for man, below the reasons:
- There are around 700 species of deadly snakes, a large percentage of them can cause death in a matter of minutes (how long it takes for their harmful substances to invade the bloodstream).
- All the species of vipers that for their part each are lethal; they are carnivorous.
- It is estimated that a minimum of 120 thousand people a year die from the effect of snake venom , a figure that is not added to the countless that are not reported.
- Viper attacks intensify in summer as this is the season when humanity walks (works, circulates) through the environment (forests, deserts, jungles, rivers, lakes and seas); time when these animals are also more energetic.
- Another high number of people in the world are disabled (mutilated) of the limb in which they were bitten by a viper and could be saved before its venom spread in their body.
- There are them in every space on the planet and although they do not bite humans because they want to (they do it when they feel threatened); inject their toxicity, if it is something they do with all intention and it has been proven, such action is not a stimulus but a decision of the reptile.
- Scientifically (in fossil finds) they have been found to have existed for just over 400 million years.
- The only place on the planet where they do not live is in Antarctica.
- An estimated 4000 people die a year from its toxic stinger (Mexico is where it causes the most deaths).
- Only 10% of its species is lethal to humans.
- Its victims are generally children, the elderly, or those who have a weak immune system.
- They do not arrive alone at homes, shops, offices, or urban planning; They are usually attached to objects, cars, clothing (footwear) or packages that are moved from places where they usually live or where they have come in search of sustenance.
This arachnid is the last but not least of the examples of the most dangerous animals in the world that we collect so that you are aware of what each one represents for humanity in terms of danger. Try as much as possible to avoid running into any of them and if it happens, do not provoke, scare or approach them.