Most animals are majestic and beautiful, of course, yet some of them are also quite dangerous. We’ve been sitting atop of the food chain for so long that we often forget just how vulnerable we are, especially when it comes to our relationship with mother nature and the wildlings living in it. While we did manage to domesticate quite a number of species, some animals were deemed too dangerous befriend or even approach at times.
Such is the case with the animals we will soon talk about. These animals are known to kill people if they feel threatened in any way by their presence or simply if they get too close for comfort. This being said, here are the ten most dangerous animals in the world in terms of fatalities.
Sharks have a unique ability called electroreception. You see, sharks have specially evolved organs called Ampullae of Lorenzini in their head. When an animal moves, it generates a slight electrical field that sharks can easily detect. When you tread water, you look like lightning to a shark. A great white detects even half a billionth of a volt. If the shark is within 100 meters, it can also detect your heartbeat. Sharks also have rows of up to 300 sharp, serrated teeth and 4 feet wide jaws.