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Surprisingly Dangerous Animals

Espresso Logo By Ruby Pratka of Espresso | Slide 1 of 16: People on safari in Africa are told to keep their car windows closed to avoid lion attacks. The fear of attacks from pit bulls has led to bans on the breed in many cities. Up to 40 per cent of Americans are afraid of bugs, mice, snakes and bats, and yet less than 30 of the world’s tens of thousands of known spider species have caused someone’s death. Many animals that are known to be dangerous to humans, however, might not even be on our risk radar. Let’s have a look at some surprisingly dangerous animals.

Surprisingly Dangerous Animals

People on safari in Africa are told to keep their car windows closed to avoid lion attacks. The fear of attacks from pit bulls has led to bans on the breed in many cities. Up to 40 per cent of Americans are afraid of bugs, mice, snakes and bats, and yet less than 30 of the world’s tens of thousands of known spider species have caused someone’s death. Many animals that are known to be dangerous to humans, however, might not even be on our risk radar. Let’s have a look at some surprisingly dangerous animals.

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