Related to the ostrich and emu, this flightless bird is the most dangerous land bird. One of the many flightless birds native to New Zealand, it is miles away from the docile kiwi in terms of aggression.
Known as the deadliest bird in the world, the cassowary has powerful legs with sharp talons that they use as their most powerful weapon. They can charge, kick and claw you to death. Basically, you don’t want to be face to face with one.
Powerful and fearless, this animal is an excellent fighter and will fight to the death... of its enemy. While not very big, these creatures don't let their size deter them from going after prey larger than themselves, or even stealing the prey killed by other adjacent predators.
Despite its size, it will not be very intimidated when faced with a human. They are solitary animals who live mostly in the arctic.
Giant Asian Hornet
Also known as the yak killer, this is one of the most dangerous of Japanese hornets and the world’s largest one. It is native to temperate and tropical Eastern Asia and lives mostly in low mountains and forests.
They are characterized by their light orange head, brown antennae, and yellow-orange base. Their stinger injects a very potent venom that can cause severe tissue damage. They are responsible for 30-40 human deaths every year in Japan.
While we all hate being bitten by mosquitos, their bite can actually be deadly. These minuscule pests cause 2 to 3 million deaths every year and spread diseases to 700 million people.
They take host on a variety of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and even some fish. They are found in all different climates, including warm, humid tropical regions and cold regions. There is literally no getting away, though a mosquito repellent should do the trick. And as long as you are not allergic, you will probably survive a sting.
Found worldwide among warm, shallow waters along coasts and rivers, is one of the most dangerous and aggressive species of sharks, even more so than the great white.
Also known as the Zambezi shark, the bull shark is a determined predator and rarely fears being attacked by other animals. Humans pose the biggest threat to them, but that still doesn't mean you want a one-on-one meeting with any of them.