There are such venomous animals whose prey has no escape, including humans are in great danger if they have contact with the venom of these animals.
Brazilian wandering spider
Look at this nothing small Brazilian wandering spider or, also called, banana spider. This is one of the most venomous spiders, with an imposing aspect and aggressive behavior.
Now I’ll take you to Australia so that you can see the most venomous snake on Earth! This continent is home to more than 60 venomous snakes. Its body color changes depending on the season, and it could be brown and yellow with a pinch of green.
This little Latin-American caterpillar has a special appearance and it sure does. But, why? You could ask. Well, this is because it is a very venomous animal and it might even kill you.
Box Jellyfish Sea Wasp.
This jelly-like invertebrate is the sea wasp, belongs to the Chironex species and with its fatal venomous is able to kill up to 60 people within four minutes. Don’t think the box jellyfish is the same that the one in “Sponge Bob.”
This is the world’s most venomous fish; it usually reaches 14 inches in length. The stonefish lives in coral reefs in the waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans where it camouflages itself with stones to go unnoticed and hunts creatures that go around its big opened-mouth without realizing it.
Sydney funnel-web spider
Picture this, you are swimming in a pool, enjoying the Australian summer and suddenly you feel something in your neck. It wasn’t your partner or nothing like that, but the “cute” bite of this horrible Sydney funnel-web spider.
Palestine yellow Scorpion.
The Palestine yellow scorpion is terribly dangerous and frequently found in Northern African deserts and South-Wester Asia. Its venom contains a huge amount of neurotoxins with an LD50 value of 0.16 milligrams per kilogram.
Maricopa Harvester Ant.
It is one of the tiniest, but that doesn’t mean it is not powerful. The Maricopa harvester ant is 1.96 inches in length and lives in the North-America deserts between Northern Mexico and the Western United States.
This beautiful and singular specimen of invertebrate mollusk is the blue-ringed octopus. Natives from Australian and Japanese waters, but it has been also found in the Caribbean! Its exceptional appearance…
Killer cone snail.
If you are walking along the beach off-guard, you might step on a shell and see a little animal inside. Most of the time it is harmless, but sometimes it can be deadly, especially if it is the Killer cone snail.
Trend Max is an education and entertainment channel dedicated to creating interesting Tops, Lists and more. Do not miss a single video SUBSCRIBE NOW.