Top 10 deadly insects in the world


Among the animals on the planet, insects are the most diverse group. Between six and ten million number of extant species are estimated. The list of the top 10 ten deadly insects in the world is:

1. Brown Recluse (Fiddleback) Spider:


The brown recluse spider is perhaps fatal of all the creatures on this list. This noxious brown recluse spider is not aggressive. If this spider is on fabric, its teeth are too small to penetrate most types of fabric. The bite of this fatal insect has not noticed immediately as it is not painful. Brown Recluse Spiders are usually between 6 and 20 millimeters but may grow larger.

The fatal Brown Recluse Spider,s stance on a flat surface is usually with all legs radially extended.

2. Black Widow Spider:


Black widow Spider are distinctive looking spider with colorful patches otherwise black bodies warning of the venom they carry. This deathly spider,s bite is so feared. The elderly, the very young, can die from the bite of a black widow although no deaths from black widow bites have been reported in the USA since 1983.

 This deathly Black Widow Spider is a comb-footed spider…

3. Killer Bees (Africanised Honey Bees):


These malignant Africanised Honey bees are dangerous stinging insects that have been known to chase people for more than a quarter of a mile once they get excited and aggressive.  That is why this malignant insect earned the nickname ‘’killer bees’’. The Africanised bee is a hybrid species of the Western honey bee.

Some of these malignant bees escaped from the ‘’control zone’’ in which they were being kept and studied and it is these swarms that are slowly, but steadily, sweeping all over the world. Many people die through the bite of this killer bee. The estimated range is 50 to 100…

4. Fleas:


Human blood is particularly tasty to fleas and they will readily leap onto the nearest available person whenever possible! The harmful Fleas are hardy creatures and these destructive fleas are some of the best ‘’jumpers’’ in the world, able to jump more than 150 times their body length. Fleas are carriers all sorts of bacteria, including bacteria that can cause disease in people. These destructive Fleas can also carry parasites, which then they transmit to their hosts.

Fleas can consume so much of a host,s blood that the host becomes very ill in many infestations…

5. Ticks:


The harmful TICKS are actually arachnids, rather than insects. These Ticks are live on their host (usually animals) drinking their blood and growing fat. There are a huge number of poisonous diseases caused or carried by ticks. The malignant ticks don’t jump or fly. These are crawling up low brush or grass to find a host. Ticks are adapted to feed for a long period of times.

The harmful Tick may pose a threat to our health, especially during the summer… when people- and pets alike spend an increased amount of time in the great outdoors……

Although its small in size but causes many diseases like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

6. Locusts:


Scaly and repulsive, locusts are one of the most endearing creatures on the planet. These insects are usually solitary. Historically, people could do little to protects their crops from being devastated by locusts. The locust is large and easy to breed and rear, and is used as an experimental model in research studies. Locusts are considered a delicacy and eaten in many African, and Asian countries.

The migratory locust, sometimes classified into up to ten subspecies ….

A swarm of locust can contain billions of insects.

7. Fire Ants:


This name actually refers to several species of ant, most of which have a reddish or orange coloration and all of which offer a painful bite or sting. These life-threatening ants bite to get a grip on their victims. A  fire ant colony produces large piles in open areas. These harmful ants are renowned for their ability to survive extreme conditions.

These ants tend to be very aggressive and it is estimated that up to 60 percent of people who live in the ant’s habitat will be stung at some point…

8. Tsetse Flies:


Tsetse flies are large damaging flies that live in Africa and feed on blood. Tsetse flies fold their wings completely when they are resting and they have long proboscis these are the two reasons that these flies are distinguished from other large flies.  From much of southern and eastern Africa, TSETSE is absent until colonial time. These damaging Tsetse flies can be seen as independent individuals in two forms; third -instar larva and as adults.

It is believed that up to half a million people are affected by diseases caused by the bite of the tsetse fly and that up to 80 percent of these will die from the disease…

9. Japanese Giant Hornet:


The hurtful Japanese Giant Hornet Is a color form of the world,s largest hornet. It has a large yellow head with large eyes, an abdomen banded in brown and yellow with a dark brown thorax. This malignant Japanese Giant Hornet has three small, simple eyes on the top of the head between the two large compound eyes. The hornet is not particularly aggressive.

It can also cause allergic reactions such as anaphylactic shock that will b fatal. Some 30 to 40 people die from hornet strings every year….

10. Mosquito:


The terrible Mosquitoes have a segmented body, one pair of wings, three pair of long hair-like eyes, feathery antennae and elongated mouthparts. The huge range of diseases and parasites carried and passed along by mosquitoes could fill an entire book, but the best known include malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever, and dangerous Elephantitis just to name a few. An estimated 700 million people are infected every year by mosquitoes.

Mosquitoes mouthparts are very specialized, particularly those of the female, which is more species are adapted

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