10. Fire Ants, America.
Fire ants several related sub-species of ants from the group Solenopsis saevissima species-group kind Solenopsis, having a strong sting and poison whose effect is similar to a burn from a flame (hence their name).
These ants devour everything caterpillars, beetles, newborn nestlings, wiring, air conditioning, lights and other electrical appliances that they put out of action from an enviable uniformity, causing economic damage to the US on 6 billion a year.
9. The mite, everywhere.
Pliers the largest group in the class of arachnids: currently over 48,000 species of these vile creatures were described. Some of them are so microscopic that pose no danger to humans and live with us for side by side for many hundreds of years (e.g. carpets house dust mites). The greatest danger is the larger species that lies in wait for its prey in nature.
You can hardly feel the bite of the mite, as by piercing the skin, insect simultaneously injects pain reliever its saliva. Thereafter, it starts to screwed into the skin of a human. After drinking blood from the belly, the parasite significantly increases in size, it becomes clearly visible. This usually occurs after 1-2 days.
But worst of all is encephalitis mites. The incubation period for encephalitis lasts from 2 to 4 weeks. Symptoms fever, aches in the bones. Big possibility of death.
8. Karakurt America
Karakurt or steppe spider incredibly beautiful view of the kind of poisonous black widows spiders. Look on it abdomen, which all colorful, that you even want to touch it. But doing this does not really stand because karakurt poison will kill you instantly, just think about it: this spider venom is 15 times stronger than rattlesnake venom. Karakurt poison is one of the most poisonous substances that have an organic origin on Earth.
The most interesting thing is that mature specimens of black color is almost harmless to humans, as well, and the males of karakurt who can not bite through the skin of an adult.
The most dangerous are the females with colorful belly paunch.
7. Dangerous Beauty, South America
This beauty is able to release so many toxins that it can easily kill even a human.
Lonomia is the most dangerous caterpillar in the world. It lives in the forests of South America.
Locals nicknamed this caterpillar “lazy clown”. Ironically, the name does not reflect the true nature of this insect.
6. Tiger bee, Asia
It is the largest hornet in the world; the individual insect subspecies is longer than 5 centimeters, and a wingspan of more than 7.5 centimeters.
These creatures are extremely aggressive. In the arsenal of a huge monster 6 mm sting that can be used repeatedly, and powerful jaws.
The sting injects into the victim’s body a huge amount of highly toxic venom, which literally corrodes the flesh. The Asian hornet venom contains also a special pheromone that attracts other hornets. One Japanese entomologist that has undergone this insect bite described his feelings this way: “I felt like a huge red-hot in the fire nail stuck into my leg.”
According to statistics, each year from the bites of hornets dying from 40 to 70 people.
5. Androktonus, Africa
Androktonus the most poisonous scorpions subspecies in the world. These creatures are found primarily in semi-arid and arid areas of the Middle East and Africa. Scorpions of this species attain a length up to 10 cm. Their venom contains a potent neuro-toxin. The bites of some species of the genus Androktonus every year takes several lives.
4. Ant-bullet, South America
These ants have a strong sting and the poison is extremely toxic.
Feelings from the bite of these ants are comparable with a gunshot wound, which is why they are called “ant-bullet”.
3. Africanized honey bee, America
Afrikanizovanye bees owe their existence to science. American botanist Warwick Kerr brought them in Brazil in the 50s of the last century, by crossing European bee with an African. Today these bees seize more and more territory, moving to the North America.
2. Eciton burchellii
These kids are the real predators and prey on all flesh and blood: whether it is the other ant or an elephant. Some individuals reach 30 mm in length. If desired, a colony of these crumbs can attack an elephant and eat it in just 6 days.
1. The Gadfly, everywhere
All gadfly have different and well thought reproductive cycle, each of which, however, always ends with bold maggots, emerged in the living flesh of the host. And to grow maggots should be regularly fed, so he eats everything around it.
Human gadfly lays eggs in various midges and mosquitoes, which can theoretically land on human. When the blood-sucking carrier performs its job, the eggs get on the skin and through the body heat start to mature. The resulting maggot reaches the nearest suitable area of the skin and begins to bite into. Somewhere where she will live! Directly under the skin! Feeding. And believe while maggot will not reach a decent size, you will not notice it.
And now the horrible video about maggots in the men body. Do not watch it ultimately it’s just disgusting!