TOP 10 Deadliest Animals in Africa | Africa’s Top 10 Deadliest Animals


TOP 10 Deadliest Animals in Africa | Africa’s Top 10 Deadliest Animals



When you’re travelling on a safari through Africa, chances are you’ll spot a rather large variety of animals – not all of which are really as adorable as they appear. Though these animals are hardly considered a threat to humans (who know enough not to mess with them), they still have enormous power that gives them the ability to end a human life if they want to. Not to worry, though – your travels through Africa will be safe from animal harm as long as you listen to your guides and

pay attention. Even though you’ll never be put in any real danger, watching one of the deadliest animals from afar (and sometimes even up close!) is still pretty thrilling.

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Below is a list of top 10 Deadliest Animals in any other;

1. Puff Adder
This sneaky critter is considered Africa’s deadliest snake, being responsible for almost 32,000 human fatalities in a year. Because of its wide population distribution, powerful venom, and extremely puzzling colour patterns, the puff adder is said to kill more people than any other snake in Africa (but is largely outranked by Australia’s deadly reptile collection).

2. Mosquito
Though miniscule compared to the other deadly animals to appear on this list, the mosquito is one of Africa’s most dangerous creatures – responsible for the fatalities of approximately one million people annually. As if that weren’t enough, they also transfer diseases to around more than 70 million people yearly.The reason why the mosquito is so dangerous is because it carries the virus that causes Malaria, one of the deadliest diseases in the world. Malaria is only spread by the female Anopheles mosquitos, which are most active during dawn and dusk.

3. Hippopotamus
These majestic animals are a pleasure to watch from afar, as they peacefully surface calm waters.
However, in reality they might not be as ‘gentle’ as they seem. Hippos are said to be responsible for the deaths of around 3,000 people per year in Africa. Many of them actively protect and defend their territories along the banks of rivers and lakes.

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