Most people don’t think about the dangers of animals, much less ask why they’re in the world. But being an animal lover and a researcher, there have been many unanswered questions regarding our animal relationship with terrors. Do we respect them? Are they part of our family? What if we abuse or mistreat them? This list of the 10 most dangerous animals in the world is no fluff; it’s fact. Thanks to various organizations and governments around the world, we now know that there are actually more than 350,000 wild animals on Earth. And while it might seem like there are many more than that, each one has their own unique danger and impact. From tigers to lions to leopards, these 10 make up a majority of all wild animal species. So how do you know which ones are worth looking out for? Here are 10 things you need to know about these majestic creatures:
Sharks are the most endangered species in the world. They are found in only one part of the world, the South Pacific. Although very few species of sharks remain in this single location, there have been efforts made to save many of them. They live in very small groups; the most common sharks are the long-finnedms. While they are not dangerous to the average human, there are several Species Survival Plans (CSPs) in the works to protect them.
Elevated species are expected to live in high mountains. However, elephants occur in the lowlands of many parts of the world. They are an important part of the tropical forests, where they grow large and strong. Elephants are not only Leaf-Cutter blots (LCCBs), but are also famous for their ability to live for thousands of years.