below are these animals:
9. Tick
Fleas eat blood and attach themselves to other animals (including humans). They can be difficult to remove and removal should be done with caution because they can leave their head which can lead to serious infections. According to Wikipedia, hard ticks (hard ticks) can transmit human diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain fever, tularemia, equine encephalitis, Colorado tick fever, African Tick Bite Fever, and several forms of ehrlichiosis.
8. Tarantula Hawk
Tarantula Hawk is named after the fact that they hunt tarantulas as their larval food. Their sting is rated as one of the most painful in the world (although it does not hurt like a bullet ant). One researcher described the “[...] as a direct cause shock, excruciating pain that simply shuts down one’s ability to do anything, except, perhaps, scream. Mental discipline just does not work in this situation.” Tarantula Hawk is the ‘official insect’ the state of New Mexico. had a great title “OFFICIAL INSECTS”
7. Tsetse Flies
The fly is a large biting flies that eat the blood of African vertebrates. They are known to cause disease in humans and Nagana Sleep in cattle. Sleeping sickness is a parasitic disease in humans and animals caused by Trypanosoma, a protozoan that is transmitted by the tsetse fly. Symptoms of sleeping sickness begins with a fever and headache and swelling at the back of the neck. After that, the victim may experience daytime sleep and insomnia. This can lead to death afterwards.
6. Africanized Bees
Bees are also called killer bees, and are descended from 26 Tanzanian queen bees are bred with other species after they accidentally released from the nest in Brazil. What makes bees deadly is their defensive nature and tendency to huddle. In addition, they tend to follow the victim even when it was far from the nest. This aggressiveness when attacking ensure potential threats painful death for the victim.
5. Deathstalker
It is a species of scorpion is very dangerous because the poison. Poison is actually a mixture of powerful neurotoxins. Although, the poison will not kill a healthy adult, can be fatal for children and the elderly. Ironically, the toxic component (peptide chlorotoxin) has the potential to cure human brain tumors, while other toxins may help fight diabetes.
4. Black Widow
Spider is one of the most famous species, especially as the poison that can be fatal to humans. The poison is said to be stronger than a rattlesnake. Males and females have an hourglass-shaped mark on their lower abdomen. Females are larger than males relative and contrary to popular belief, females rarely eat males after mating.
3. Army Ants
They are found in Africa and Asia and they build nests while on the go. The greatest risk to human ant is when they ran through the house. When food supplies are low, these ants will gather in sizes up to 50 million ants. There are reports that people are usually killed with him shortness of breath (ants will frequently enter into the lungs). Mandible they are so strong that in some parts of Africa they are used individually as emergency sutures when medical supplies are not available.
2. Bullet Ant
A bite from this insect will not kill you, but you will never forget. Ant is so named because its bite tastes like a shot and can cause the most painful bite of any creature known to man. These ants are the number one position on the Schmidt Sting Pain Index where it is described as causing “waves of burning, throbbing, all-consuming pain that continues for up to 24 hours”.
1. Anopheles mosquitoes
Mosquitoes are considered the most dangerous creature on earth as it causes more than 300 million cases of malaria each year, resulting in between 1 to 3 million deaths. They can also carry dengue fever, elephantiasis, and yellow fever. They are usually active during the night, so one way to protect yourself is to use insect repellent and wear long sleeves.