Six Most Undeniably dangerous creatures on the planet earth

It is no longer a new thing about so many creatures being dangerous and equally tend to be harmful in their own various unique ways. But from our in-depth learning and intense research, we've come to a factful conclusions on some earthly creatures both small and big that are excessively dangerous and exactly what makes  them more dangerous than every other living creatures. They are as follows;

1. Cape Buffalo

Cape buffalo, which is approximately 1,000,000 in numbers are a relatively mild species when left alone, preferring to travel in plentiful to graze in early morning and late afternoon hours or to gather around watering holes to stay hydrated. They are found in Sub-Saharan Africa, including Kruger National Park in South Africa. However, if an individual (or its calf) is threatened or wounded, they become the incarnation of their nickname: Black Death. They tend to kill more hunters on the continent than any other creatures which do exist, these behemoths, which can grow up to nearly six feet tall and weigh close to a ton, circle and stalk their prey before charging at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour. They’re even known to continue charging no matter where they’re injured and will not hesitate to attack moving vehicles. You don’t want to mess with those horns.

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2. Saltwater Crocodile

Here is another interesting but deadly living creatures. Even when there are other creatures which do exist and dwell in water, the largest and most dangerous is the saltwater crocodile.  They can be found in  The Indo-Pacific region ranging from parts of India and Vietnam all the way to northern Australia These ferocious killers can grow up to 23 feet in length, weigh more than a ton, and are known to kill hundreds each year, with crocodiles as a whole responsible for more human fatalities annually than sharks. Saltwater crocodiles are especially dangerous as they’re excellent swimmers in both salt and freshwater (yes, their name is confusing), and can strike quickly with a bite delivering 3,700 pounds per square inch (psi) of pressure, rivaling that of the T. Rex. If that’s not enough to scare you, put it in perspective: humans chomp into a well-done steak at around 200 psi, a mere five percent of the strength of a saltie's jaw.

3.  Black Mamba

These species just like the boomslang or the king cobra are very dangerous and this is due to their respective poisons.  But what made the black mamba more  deadly is due to its speed. The black mamba can be found at The savannas and rocky areas of southern and eastern Africa. The species (which can grow up to 14 feet long) is the fastest of all snakes, slithering at speeds of up to 12.5 miles per hour, which makes escaping one in remote areas that much more difficult. Thankfully, black mambas usually only strike when threatened but when they do, they’ll bite repeatedly, delivering enough venom (a blend of neuro- and cardiotoxins) in a single bite to kill ten people. And if one doesn’t receive the correlative antivenin within 20 minutes, the bites are almost 100 percent fatal.

4.  Golden Poison Dart Frog

The poison dart is a large, diverse group of brightly colored frogs, of which only a handful of species are particularly dangerous to humans. The most deadly, the golden poison dart, inhabits the small range of rain forests along Colombia’s Pacific coast in Northern South America and grows to around two inches long (roughly the size of a paper clip). Its poison, called batrachotoxin, is so potent that there’s enough in one frog to kill ten grown men, with only two micrograms roughly the amount that would fit onto the head of a pin—needed to kill a single individual. But what makes the amphibian especially dangerous is that its poison glands are located beneath its skin, meaning a mere touch will cause trouble. Little wonder the indigenous Emberá people have laced the tips of their blow darts used for hunting with the frog’s toxin for centuries. Sadly, deforestation has landed the frog on several endangered lists, but even if you do have a rare sighting when hiking, don’t go reaching for it.

5.  Caucasian Shepherd

Meet the topper of our list, also known as Caucasian Ovcharka, this dog can grow very large, minimum of 50kg or 110 lb. for an adult male, life span average of 10-12 years.

This breed originated from Russia and other European countries, originally used as guard dog for protecting livestock in mountain regions, these dogs are even feared by some popular wild predators such as wolves

6. Human

Even with the generation of the Bio-weapon  in form of the pandemic Corona Virus by the earthly scientists, that alone should give you an impression of how deadly and dangerous humans can be.
If you also agree with me about human beings belonging to the category of the most dangerous creatures in the world please do well to tell your points below. Should you are opposing that, please do well to drop your points below in the comment section.

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