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Our earth is so dangerous with many types of insects which could cause deadly diseases. Never underestimate those small animals because you will gonna die if being stung by them without proper treatment. In this article, Toplisttips will introduce you top 10 deadliest insects in the world that you should stay away from:
10. Anopheles Mosquito
Mosquitoes are a terrible irritant and, because they feed on blood, can drive a person mad just by being outside in the right conditions. Eggs get laid and grow in stagnant areas of water and millions can hatch from one spot. But, the worst aspect of the mosquito is that it’s a carrier for blood-borne diseases, specifically: Malaria. Still numbering in the hundreds of million cases per year, malaria is responsible for more deaths than every other insect combined.
9. Driver Ants
Driver ants normally kill thousands of different animals within a single raid. They make repetitive wounds on animals and humans using their strong mandibles. They are known to slash you flesh on your lips, eyes and nostrils. Once they find your flesh they release formic acid. They travel to the internal organs of a human leaving the victim in pain and darkness.
8. TseTse Flies
This insect carries a parasite that travels through the flesh if bitten, leading to death. This death is referred to as the sleeping sickness resulting in certain body parts shutting down and the person becoming comatose. The disease is easy to treat, but because of the expensive medication, several go untreated and end up dying.
7. Kissing Bug
It is one of the best and most distinctive insects present on the earth. They largely feed on mammalian and reptiles and obtain their food from our blood. The disease caused by this insect is chagas which is a life-killing disease.
Fleas are external parasites that used to suck blood from bodies of humans, birds, reptiles, wild and domestic animals. The fleas make itching spots on skin of hosts, both in humans and other animals. Fleas reproduce very quickly and only have size of tip of a pen. Every female flea lays 2000 eggs within their life span. Young fleas can consume blood more than 15 times of their total body weight. The flea bites on human body result in red bumps, commonly found around waist, knees and elbows. The bite of fleas is very itchy and it may lead to infection.
5. The Scorpion
There are more than 1,700 species of scorpions that have been identified. They range from a variety of colors and sizes. Because they don’t have the best eye sight, they rely on their vibrations and sense of smell. The venom from certain species is poisonous, but it’s very hard to find them in order to remove them from those areas. Although only 1/4 of scorpion’s have poisonous venom, the venom is deadly enough to kill a person.
4. Brown Recluse Spider
The brown recluse spider is well-known for its appearance and poisonous bite. The brown recluse has a venomous bite, and anyone bitten should seek immediate emergency medical help. Otherwise, it could cause serious injury. The brown recluse spider is most common in the south and central states of the United States, especially in Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, eastern Texas, and Oklahoma.
3. Giant Japanese or Asian Hornet
Asian giant hornets are the world’s largest hornet, measuring approximately two inches in length with a wing span of three inches. The intensely predatory insects are most aggressive in behavior when they mate and migrate. Theirs venoms are inserted into the human blood stream and gets dissolved in your body tissues, leading to immediate death or paralysis.
2. Fire Ants
Fire Ants are the aggressive species that make painful sting on humans and animals repeatedly. The fire ants live in nests under the soils and sand. They are found in the form of colonies and attack in groups that contain ten to hundreds of ants. Their sting is extremely dangerous. It can even cause immediate death of the victim.
1. Bot Fly
The human bot flies are mainly found across central and South America. The adult bot flies are the extremely dangerous insects found on the earth, but their larvaes are known to be the killer-parasites found in the bodies of mammals. The female bot fly lays eggs and the male ones insert their venom in the body of the human beings by biting onto their skin, which makes horrible effects. The patients can also feel the movement of larvae beneath their skin. Botfly actually does not kill you, may kill you but then it actually loves to torture you all the times it has a partnership with you.
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