The Gharial looks like a prehistoric specimen who lives among us still.
This scaled lizard sports two wide set eyes on its’ narrow head, making a case that it’s even more intimidating than its’ cousins the crocodile and alligator.
While relatively harmless to people, the Gharial’s looks are enough to qualify it for this list. Spotted Hyena Their laugh alone is enough to send shivers down your spine, but there is much more to be afraid about these Spotted Hyenas.
Ruthless, the Spotted Hyena is known to scare adult lions off a kill and even kill lion babies at times to assert themselves.
Scientists believe that these animals are smarter even than chimpanzees, making them both vicious and intelligent.
Unlike their cousin the striped Hyenas, Spotted Hyenas hunt regularly and consume their kills. Reminiscent of every vampire movie you’ve ever seen, these winged bloodsuckers take to the sky every night to find a meal.
There happen to be two things referred to when you say, "Daddy long leg." A cellar spider and a harvestman. If people didn't know that they need to be shot.You forgot the Goliath bird eating spider it is the 6th deadliest spider because of its size and its build it can scare the living crap out of anyone and it can cause heart attacks to old people and people with weak heartsyou said that the spider at number 8 has little venom you nimrod, venomous is a scale for the ammount of poison it gives, poisonous messures the strength of the poison.
Now there is an urban legend stating that cellar spiders have the most potent venom of any spider, but that their fangs are too small to penetrate human skin. As for a harvestman, it is not a spider, however it is in one of the groups of arthropods called arachnids with spiders and scorpions and such.
Yes it is an arachnid because it too has eight legs, but a harvestman has its own group called Opiliones. It does not produce web so therefore they are never found in web unless being eaten by a spider.Wrong.
No.1 should be Daddy Long Legs because, the Daddy long legs is still the most venomous spider in the world even know it can't hurt us it is still the most venomous spider in the world.
From the creepy crawly tailless whip scorpion to the GIANT Japanese hornets, these are natures most terrifying animals.
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