1. Phyllobates Terribilis
Meet Phyllobates Terribilis, the most dangerous frog in the world. You know the scariest thing about it? It doesn’t look scary at all. It looks beautiful. You would never have a Jaws or Piranha style film featuring this species. They simply do not have the monstrous looks.
If poisoned by one of these, the victim will die by Asphyxiation due to contraction of the respiratory muscles. It’s even worst when you realize Terribilis actually means dreadful.
Luckily for us, they are only found in the jungle of the Darien, one of the most isolated parts of the world.
2. Box Jellyfish
This salad-bowl sized jellyfish can have up to 60 tentacles as long as 15 feet. Each tentacle has enough toxin to kill 50 humans. They are found in Australia, the Philippines, and many other tropical areas. Since 1884 at least 5,500 deaths have been attributed to these creatures.