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Old 16-04-2010, 21:09   #1
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Dangerous Animals 5 top list

This is a list of the 5 most deadly animals in the world. This list is not based on how venomous it is or what sort of prey it hunts but based on its danger to humans.

No1, Human being. She spread like a Cockroach all over the world and kills everything in her way, not just other humans, but all kinds of animals and many of them just for fun. Things that can get her angry and kill are… Oil, religion, politics, food, water, land, money, gas, diamonds, gold, medicine, drug’s, hunting, jealousy, greed, revenge and just about everything… If you ever se one RUN FAST !!! she is lazy and will probably not run after you.

No2, Polar Bear, are the largest carnivores on land; they eat ringed seals for breakfast but will settle for a young walrus or beluga whale, They’ve been known to kill humans who venture too close. Like black bears and grizzlies, its starvation that makes them dangerous. A smack from one of their paws can rip your head right off.

No3, Elephant, are perceived to be peaceful and kind. What’s more is that they aren’t a predator. They are known to help other animals and be socially active in their group. While they are not in an epic war against humans they are known to turn on us rapidly, especially as a result of their abuse and harassment by humans. When caged or feeling the restraints of domesticated life, they can fall into a blind rage. They have been known to kill their handlers, as well as stampede tourists who show up to admire them.

No4, Cape Buffalo, Also known as the African buffalo they are some of the most dangerous animals in Africa. This is not just a big com; it is a vicious beast that charges at humans seemingly for fun. Big game hunters cherish them for their malicious history. These animals spend their time grazing in herds but lone males are known to stray from the group now and then. They see man as a predator so when they see one they charge at him -1500 pounds (approx. 680kg) and all – and use their horns for stabbing. It is said the when wounded by a hunter, they pursue him until either the buffalo or the hunter is dead.

No5, Lion, the lion is known as the king of the jungle, and for good reason. The lion is the top of the food chain in Africa. The lounge around all day, hanging out with the family and strike when necessary. Basically a big cat, they have razor sharp claws and teeth that can shred apart any animal including humans. These beasts are impressive but they are not to be messed with. They are fast and lethal, and nothing you can do can stop this African monster from attacking you.



Here is the killer No1 in her most dangerous shape, as a war hero

Wolf was not even on the top 10 list

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Old 17-04-2010, 06:34   #2
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My "big bad wolf" just killed and ate his first prey ever yesterday.


It was an ant.
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Old 18-04-2010, 02:46   #3
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My "big bad wolf" just killed and ate his first prey ever yesterday.


It was an ant.
Sounds like a killer Wolfdog to me

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Sounds like a killer Wolfdog to me
A real beast
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I'd add Mosquitoes. Those little bugs probably cause the most fatalities through all the malaria and other diseases they spread.
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My "big bad wolf" just killed and ate his first prey ever yesterday.


It was an ant.
Snails will follow This ugly sound of the shell cracking...
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I'd add Mosquitoes. Those little bugs probably cause the most fatalities through all the malaria and other diseases they spread.
You are right, but they did not added death of diseases, only pure killing.
But if they did, mosquitoes is probably No1 and even more dangerous than a pure human but if I was you I would try to stay away from both

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but if I was you I would try to stay away from both
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Ewwww hahahaha. That sounds gross.
He also ate a fly the other day. Maybe CsV have a future in pest control???
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Sometimes I think my CsV *IS* the pest!!!

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We have millions of snails here - especially after it rains.

Mmmm escargot!
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I heard that the hipoos killed far more people than lions in Africa.
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I heard that the hipoos killed far more people than lions in Africa.
I heard that people killed far more people than jointly lions and hipoos did.
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I heard that people killed far more people than jointly lions and hipoos did.
Of course!!!!!!!!!!
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Luna has started to eat june bugs - while they are still flying.
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Yes, that is a funny photo, a donkey on top of a donkey

I think it is Gorge W Bush, but I can not tell if he is the one on top or the one at the bottom

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Well, in fact, the animal that kills the most on earth is the mosquito. No joke. Kills even more than humans. I know, it doesn't directly slay, but still, it transmits so many deadly diseases that it causes more death than any other animal.
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Well, in fact, the animal that kills the most on earth is the mosquito. No joke. Kills even more than humans. I know, it doesn't directly slay, but still, it transmits so many deadly diseases that it causes more death than any other animal.
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But if they did, mosquitoes is probably No1 and even more dangerous than a pure human...
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