Tuesday, August 6, 2013

9 Deadly Small Animals




Who would have thought such a small animal so deadly? let's read more and do not forget to carefully deal with them.

9. Flea















Fleas suck blood and attach themselves to other animals (including humans). They can be difficult to remove and removal should be done with caution because they may leave parts of their heads which can lead to serious infection. According to Wikipedia, the hard ticks can transmit diseases to humans such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain fever, tularemia, equine encephalitis, Colorado tick fever, African Tick Bite Fever, and several forms of ehrlichiosis.

8. Tarantula Hawk


















Tarantula Hawk were named according to the fact that they hunt tarantulas as food for their larvae. Their sting is rated as one of the most painful in the world (although not as painful as a bullet ant). One researcher described the "sting of a direct cause, the pain is excruciating and closing one's ability to do anything, except maybe scream. Tarantula Hawk is " official insects" state of New Mexico.

7. Tsetse Fly

















These flies are biter flies of Africa that suck the blood of vertebrate animals. They are known as the cause of disease in humans Sleep and Nagana in cattle. Sleeping sickness is a parasitic disease in humans and animals caused by Trypanosoma, a protozoa transmitted by the tsetse fly. Symptoms of sleeping sickness begin with fever and headache and swelling at the back of the neck. After that, the victim may experience daytime sleep and insomnia. This can lead to death afterwards.

6. Africanized Bees


















Bees are also called killer bees, and is descended from 26 Tanzanian queen bees that bred with other species after they were released from the nest in Brazil. What makes these bees deadly is the nature of their defense and a tendency to huddle. In addition, they tend to follow the victim even when the victim is far from the nest. This aggressiveness when attacking potential threats ensure a very painful death for the victim.

5. Deathstalker

Deathstalker is a very dangerous species of scorpion because of its toxicity. The poison was in fact a mixture of powerful neurotoxins. Although, the poison will not kill a healthy adult, but can be fatal to children and the elderly. Ironically, the components of the venom (peptide chlorotoxin) has the potential to cure human brain tumor while another toxin may help fight diabetes.

4. Black Widow


















Black widow is one of the most famous spider species, mainly because of the poison could be fatal to humans. The venom is more stronger than a rattlesnake. Males and females spider of this kind have an hourglass-shaped mark on the bottom of their abdomen. Relatively the females more than the males, females rarely eat the male after mating.

3. Army Ants
















They can be found in Africa and Asia. They also build nests when moving. The biggest risk from these ants to a human is when they ran through people's house. When food supplies are low, these swarms will gather in sizes up to 50 million ants. There are reports that the man was killed in a way that shorten the human's breath (ants will often get into the lungs). Their mandibles are so powerful that it can be made as emergency sutures when medical supplies are not available.

2. Bullet Ant



















A bite of this insect will not kill you, but you will never forget it. This ant is named because of its bite taste like a shot and can cause the most painful bite of any creature known to man. These ants are the number one position on the Schmidt Sting Pain Index in which it described as causing "waves of burning, throbbing, giving all the pain that continues for up to 24 hours". ouch !, be careful to deal with these ants.

1. Anopheles Mosquito

















This mosquito is considered as the most dangerous creature on earth because it causes more than 300 million cases of malaria each year, which produces between 1 to 3 million deaths. They can also carry dengue fever, elephantiasis, and yellow fever. They are usually active during the night, so one way to protect yourself is to use insect repellent and wearing long sleeves.
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