10 Cute Animals But Deadly | Dangerous Animals on Earth

10 Cute Animals But Deadly  | Dangerous Animals on Earth

In this video you will find out that Top 10 Animals that seem friendly but are actually deadly!
Top 10 list of cutest but deadly animals or you can say dangerous animals on the earth.
True facts about animals:

NUMBER 10: Blue-Ringed Octopus-
Deadly things come in small packages. These are a highly venomous species of octopus that can be found in the Pacific and Indian oceans, from Japan to Australia. This yellowish skinned creature holds venom 1,000 times stronger than cyanide which is strong enough to kill 26 people in only minutes.
NUMBER 9: Leopard Seal-
Almost everyone in the world think of seals as cute “Ocean Puppies” but these guys are more than meets the eye. Leopard seals are the second largest species of seal in the Antarctic and are up to 10 feet long. They feed on a wide range of prey including cephalopods, krill, birds and fish. These seals are notoriously aggressive and any scientist or photographer who gets close to them risks paying the ultimate price.
Number 8: Raccoon-
These medium-sized mammals are native to North America and generally not very harmful towards humans but they parasites they carry are quiet harmful.
These trash eating mammals carry some rarer and more dangerous diseases that you probably haven’t heard of like tularemia, leptospirosis and toxocariasis.
Number 7: Wolverine-
No, we aren’t talking about the character played by Hugh Jackman in the X-Men movies. We’re talking about the character’s source material, an elusive weasel with an insidious unmatched ferocity. Their name derives from their characteristics, specifically a German word meaning “Devours much”.
Which means that this creature will
hunt down everything that it comes across including human beings.
Number 6: Duck-Billed Platypus-
This species is one of the few mammals who lay eggs, it’s also one of the few to be venomous. The males are capable of delivering a sting that feels like a hundred hornet stings and victims of this attack will be out of commission for weeks.
Number 5: Tasmanian Devil-
These small creatures are either protecting their family, feeling threatened or fighting for the food. Their large heads and necks allow them to create one of the strongest bites per unit of body mass of any land predator. If you ever find yourself near one, remove yourself from the situation as soon as possible.
Number 4: Dolphin-
Yeah! Dolphins are cute when you’re swimming with them on vacation in Cancun but they are not nearly as cute and amicable when you’re reading
about how they bludgeon their own offspring to death. These mammals are capable of killing their own young, so just think what they could do to you.
Number 3: Anteater-
This extinct species measure about 6 feet long including their tail. Their claws are 4 inches long, making them capable of fending off beasts like pumas and jaguars. And if these kinds of predatory beasts are scared of them, then humans should be too.
Number 2: Leopard-
Due to their unpredictable behaviour and impeccable hunting skills they are listed as more dangerous to humans than lions. Compared to the wild cats, leopards have relatively short legs and a long body with a large skull.
According to the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, in some parts of
India, leopards are responsible for more human deaths than every other large carnivore combined. So if you’re in the neighborhood you better watch out!
Number 1: Komodo Dragon-
Though it can’t breathe fire and fly like the mythical beasts that we watch in movies and on TV, they do have some superpowers of their own. The Komodo Dragon’s saliva is so venomous that anything that comes into contact with it will perish within 24 hours at most.

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