World's nine deadliest animals
Hippos are agile, strong, and protective, making them lethal. Hippos have charged people and sunk boats. Hippos reside in sub-Saharan Africa's savannahs
The Saltwater Crocodile has prehistoric-looking, enormous jaws. This animal has the strongest bite. Saltwater Crocs can be defensive and attack unwary swimmers if confronted.
Grizzly Bears are huge, aggressive, and powerful. They rarely hurt humans, though. Grizzlies are protective of their young and will go far to defend them.
Tigers are excellent hunters who take their victim by the throat with surprise. They mostly hunt deer and boar, but have sometimes attacked elephants and rhinos.
Elephants are gentle but dangerous. Elephants damage crops and property near their habitat. Elephants have charged people and cars when angry.
King Cobras are the longest deadly snakes. Large venom ducts contribute to their deadly magnitude. King Cobras can inject large amounts of venom, which can kill in under an hour if untreated.
Lions have been known to eat humans, however they are generally poachers who risk dangerous wildlife. Sub-Saharan Africa is home to lions.
The Gray Wolf is related to dogs. They're larger than dogs and have higher prey-drives, making them dangerous. Wolf attacks are rare since they fear humans.
Komodo Dragons are the world's largest reptiles at 7.5-8.5 feet. Their size lets them overpower animals before biting venomously. Attacks by Komodo dragons are rare.