8 Most Dangerous Species On The Planet

Golden Poison Dart Frog

Reaching up to 5 cm in size, this little, vividly colored frog is among the largest of the poison dart species. One of the deadliest creatures known to man, the golden dart frog inhabits a narrow range of jungles


Not only do these bothersome insects bite, but they also cause the majority of animal-related fatalities. The smallest size of a common mosquito is only three millimeters. 

Tsetse Fly

The bloodsucking tsetse fly, also known as the tik-tik fly, is a widespread bug in Sub-Saharan Africa that resembles house flies. Tsetse flies, which have a body length of 8 to 17 mm

Box Jellyfish

The box jellyfish, so called because of the form of its body, is said to be the most toxic animal on the planet. They can are found frequently in the coastal seas around Northern Australia and throughout the Indo-Pacific

African Cape Buffalo

The African Cape buffalo, a huge, dark brown to black hoofed mammal with drooping fringed ears and massive curving horns, is a subspecies of the African buffalo. 

Saltwater Crocodile

This terrifying creature is the world's largest reptile and an extremely strong predator. Estuarine crocodiles, sometimes known as saltwater crocodiles or "salties,

Assassin Bugs

As its name implies, this predatory beetle pierces its target with its short, three-segmented beak to inject a toxin that paralyzes the victim in an instant and starts liquefying its insides.

Black Mamba

Because of its speed, this snake is among the most feared animals in the world. The black mamba is the longest venomous snake in Africa and the second longest worldwide, with a maximum length of 14 feet.