If You See This Snail, Slowly Back Away

 

If You See This Snail, Slowly Back Away



When you’re out at sea, you generally know that danger may come from sharks, maybe manta rays, but mostly box jellyfish, which are much more abundant. And let’s admit, it almost never crosses your mind that a pretty shell you’ve found on the seafloor while diving might cause you harm. And yet… it can. Have you ever heard about the cone snail? It’s a small sea creature with a beautiful conic shell. But if you see it, never, ever touch it. Cone snails are some of the most venomous sea creatures in the world! Other most dangerous creatures on Earth are as unlikely as snails. Poison dart frogs, for example, have enough venom under their skin to take care of 8 adult humans. And if you happen to be in South America, you should know to avoid kissing bugs. It’s a species of assassin bugs. Now that’s much more sinister. Another scary creepy crawly is the innocent fire ant. Not so innocent with the number of people they bite: if you so much as step into their territory, fire ants become exceedingly aggressive. So, in today’s video, we’ll share with you some of the most dangerous creatures in the whole world. #brightside TIMESTAMPS:
Cone snails 0:19
Poison dart frogs 1:57
Pufferfish 2:31
The tsetse fly 3:07
Bees 3:41
Kissing bugs 4:20
Fire ants 5:00
African Cape buffalo 5:27
Cows 6:01
Wild horses 6:26
Rabid dogs 6:53
Hippos 7:14
Stonefish 7:41
The most dangerous creature in the world 8:13 The vermivorous Chinese tubular cone snail, Conus betulinus: By Pengchao-BGI, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=42457708
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