Top Ten Animals You'd Least Want to Get Bitten ByThese animals have the scariest bites!
Don't worry, don't be very afraid of these animals after reading this list, because chances of getting bitten by some of them are pretty low.
Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) is a large species of lizard found in Komodo Island, Indonesia. It's the largest lizard species found
Very venomous, aggressive, fast. Enough said
Once it bites you, you'll die over a few weeks thanks to its bacteria/venom.
Komodos are not "venomous." Their mouths are filthy with virulent bacteria.
It’s not instant death, the venom will slowly and painfully kill you
Crocodiles have the strongest bite force out of any animal. This is fitting for number 1.
Powerful jaws crushing bones, sharp teeth piercing through skin...
That picture shows proof.-Vestalis
It’s also the fastest snake. Running away from it won't be an easy task
Deadliest of all sharks. They've been known to attack humans for no known reasons and are responsible for more human deaths each year than any other shark.
One of the strongest bite forces ever
Not only that it leaves SUPER ANNOYING ITCHES, but it spreads some of the deadliest diseases known
Note: Last time I said that chances of getting bitten by the animals in this list is low, but that doesn't apply to this animal...
The diseases caused by mosquitos are: Malaria, Dengue, Yellow Fever, West Nile Virus, Zika Virus, etc.-Vestalis
I have been bitten by mosquitos over six times. Itches like crazy and grows pus bubbles. eck
I got bitten by this once. It was not nice.
Goblin shark (Mitsukurina owstoni) is a rare species of deep-sea-dwelling shark and is the only member of the genus Mitsukurina remaining (others are extinct). Often referred as the "living fossil"
Lots of thin, sharp, long, needle-like teeth piercing through your body over and over again. Considering I have a fear of needles, this is terrifying
One more reason I would never visit the deep sea even with a submarine.
Very unlikely to happen because it lives very far below the surface of the ocean.
Awww. So cute. That lamprey is cute, but I am not going put my finger on it's suckers becuase it's a parasite.-Vestalis
Lampreys are jawless fish from the order Petromyzontiformes (the name "lamprey eel" is inaccurate. It's a fish not an eel)
Hundreds of tiny but sharp teeth piercing through your skin, sucking your blood.
Boomslang (Dispholidus typus) is a large species of venomous snake native to Sub-Saharan Africa
The bite of this snake gives a terrifying effect. You'll bleed from all openings on your body
Leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) is a species of turtle. It's the largest turtle species, and also the only member of the genus Dermochelys
It looks like an adorable, innocent animal, until you look at what's inside the mouth. hundreds of sharp, spike-like teeth piercing prey from all direction
Especially if it's wild and not vaccinated. You might get rabies
Whether if it's spotted, striped or brown... It has one of the strongest bites in the animal kingdom. You may not want to touch one.
these animals are scary!
Piranha is a member of the family Characidae
Yes, a piranha is tiny, but a swarm of hungry piranhas can take almost any animal down. Scarier and faster if the victim is covered with blood
One time a stepped in an anthill full of these, and let me tell you it was one of the worst experiences I've ever had in my life.
I once did when I fell in an ant hill when I was little, I remember it was really painful
I got bitten by this once. It wasn't pleasant at all.-Vestalis
Cookie cutter shark (Isistius brasiliensis) is a species of dogfish shark
Look at that mouth filled with sharp teeth forming a "sinister smile"...
Aw. Too cute. A smile of hapiness right there.-Vestalis
Those jaws are HUGE
I am glad to not live in Australia where these live.
Most poisonous snake in the world.
Dragonfish is a deep-sea-dwelling fish
Not only that it has needle-like teeth, it also have "teeth" on its tongue!
This site is for nerds, geeks and people like me. Now get back home kid.
Aww, so cute. But it has teeth on its tounhe-Vestalis