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The Deadliest Animals on Earth

written by: eyez2k1ss
 
Check out the top ten of the most dangerous animals in the world, learn about their habitat and behavior, and most importantly - how to avoid them!

Question 1:


Although not all bear subspecies are vicious, there is a tendency for increase in bear attacks due to this factor.
Destruction of bears' natural habitat
Hunting
Pollution
Genetical mutation of bears

Question 2:


Despite sharks’ bad reputation thanks to movies out of 300 species of sharks only this much are known to have attacked and killed a man.
10
11
2
4

Question 3:


Although jellyfish may seem to you calm and harmless, an encounter with some species may leave you in excruciating pain and even kill you in minutes. Which of the following species of jellyfish is venomous enough to kill a man?
Box jellyfish
Sea nettle
Mastigias
Medusa Jellyfish

Question 4:


We’ve seen these animals as friendly and approachable but the truth is that they’re unpredictable. What is the average number of fatalities a year elephants cause?
300-500
20-40
1000-1500
150-200

Question 5:


Hippopotamuses may seem slow, lazy and bulky but in fact are one of the most dangerous African animals. Which of the following should you avoid in order to prevent a hippopotamus attack?
Blocking the hippopotamus’ way
Surprising the hippopotamus
Standing between the hippopotamus and its calf
All of these

Question 6:


Crocodiles like to stay motionless in water and wait for the perfect time to strike. These powerful prehistoric creatures annually give what estimated number of fatalities?
50-100
1000-1500
100-200
600-800

Question 7:


If you happen to be near a big cat (e.g. lion, tiger, lynx) that seems to be about to attack you, which of the following shouldn’t you do in any case?
Try to look larger than you really are
Stare at its eyes
Turn back and run
Scream and shout

Question 8:


Although only a small percent of scorpions are venomous to people, 800 to 2000 human deaths each year are caused by scorpions. During which part of the day are these creatures most active?
Morning
Noon
All day
Night

Question 9:


Which of the following statements about snakes is not true?
Snakes will attack almost always they sense the presence of a human.
Not all venomous snakes are capable of killing a man.
A fully grown king cobra can rear up so it looks a human in the eyes.
Snakes can strike upto half their length.

Question 10:


Surprisingly, the number one killer among animals with about 2-3 million human fatalities a year is a tiny insect. Which is it?
Bee
Tsetse fly
Mosquito
Wasp

 


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