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7 Most Deadliest Insects In The World


Feb 13, 2020
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The Bulldog Ant
This is recorded by scientists as the most dangerous ant in the whole world. Commonly found in Australia, this ant is the most aggressive species of all. The bulldog ant can use its stinger and its jaw aggressively at the same time. Plus, it injects venom that can kill a fully-grown man within 15 minutes.
Fleas are external parasites that suck blood from humans, birds, reptiles and wild and domestic animals. The fleas could cause itching spots on the skin of hosts. The Black Plague and Typhus are a couple of flea-borne diseases that have been devastating to communities.

Kissing bug
The Kissing Bug literally sucks the blood of vertebrates for survival, and they kill an estimated 12,000 people per year just by spreading disease. When their victim is sleeping they will crawl up to their bottom lip and bite it in order to suck the victim’s blood.

Killer Bee
Killer bees also go by the more popular term “Africanized Honeybee.” They are one of the most dominant & aggressive insect species in the world. In fact, there have been reports of people dying in Arizona as a result of an attack from these bees.

Mosquito is one most dangerous insect species on Earth. Their killer feature is the ability to transfer diseases. This deadliest insect causes 1 million death every year by transmitting deadly malaria disease.

Funnel web spider
Funnel webs are the most dangerous of all spiders.The Sydney Funnel-web is one of the best known species. They are shiny, black-headed spiders with a black to blue-black body and long legs. Death from a bite has occurred in as little as 15 minutes.

Giant Japanese Hornet
These are the largest species of hornets, averaging about 2 inches large. While not huge in our world, this is huge in the insect world. They feed on honeybee larvae. These hornets are so powerful one can kill 40 honeybees in just a minute! .About 40 deaths per year are recorded as a result of Giant Japanese Hornets alone.


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Do I get a cookie ? I've head Dengue(non bleeding type), Chagas and been attacked by negroid bees !

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