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40 Most Dangerous Species Found On The Planet

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The planet of Earth is filled with beauty and natural extravaganza everywhere. Unfortunately, where you find good things, you will also find evil! Apart from some of the most beautiful creatures ever created, you can also find some deadly and dangerous species co-existing in perfect harmony. Listed below are 40 such dangerous species that you should stay away from:

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1. Mosquito

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Mosquitoes are not just common insects that need to be ignored. Every year, close to 725000 people dies from malaria, an infection that is carried by the deadly mosquitoes. Apart from malaria, this bee is also the carrier of other deadly diseases like dengue, jaundice, and encephalitis.

2. Blue-ringed octopus

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Commonly found on the coral reefs along the Pacific and Indian Oceans, the blue-ringed octopus is one of the most dangerous aquatic species ever. When it feels disturbed or threatened, it stings human beings. The neurotoxin that the sting releases is so painful that all the vital organs get paralyzed. The victim would be lucky to survive if he is treated with artificial respiration immediately.

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3. Portuguese Man’ O War

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Though they look like the common jellyfish, the Portuguese Man’ O War is a siphonophore. Its sting can cause instant allergic reactions and huge red welts on the human skin. Your lymph nodes can be badly damaged due to its sting; it is so powerful that even the separate tentacles can cause you severe pain when stung.

4. Komodo Dragon

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The Komodo Dragons eat only once a month, due to which not many humans are killed because of them. However, the most fearful fact about these dragons is that they hunt birds, animals, humans and even dead bodies!

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5. Great White Shark

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White sharks can cause instant death to humans with just a single bite. These are huge mammals with an average height of 20 feet and an average weight of 1950kg. Though humans are not their preferred targets, they won’t leave one when their path is blocked or threatened.

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