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    Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals in the Sea

    Here’s a list of most dangerous animals in the sea. As We know that seas is an interesting place while it’s also a dangerous places as well as there’s a lot of dangerous animals that live in the seas. We should be careful while We’re enjoying the seas, especially while We’re diving on the sea. Here’s the most dangerous animals in the sea that we have to be careful with them

    10. Box Jellyfish

    This animal that shaped like jelly is very dangerous. In each tentacles of the box jellyfish species in Australia there is enough poison to kill 60 people. Not only that, this deadly poison work in terrible speed. Just three minutes and a human life would be flying. In addition to these species, there are also species of box jellyfish from Portugal that said to the sting is felt like a bolt of lightning.

    Box Jellyfish

    9. Tiger shark

    This shark eat everything. No matter it’s a fish, seals, birds, squid, small sharks, dolphins, and even car tires would be devoured by this sharp toothed fish. According to experts, a lot of sharks live in tropical areas. It can grow five feet long and weighs about one ton.

    Tiger shark

    8. Stone Fish

    There are two reasons why this fish listed as dangerous animals. First, this is the world’s most toxic fish. Second, this shaped stone fish is very good at camouflage. Although it’s a passive fish that rarely attacked, don’t ever step your foot on it. The Toxin from this fish can cause temporary paralysis and death if not cured soon.

    Stone Fish

    7. Puffer Fish

    Deadly poison called Tetrodotoxin (TTX) is contained in this fat bodied fish. Toxins are more powerful than cyanide resulted in difficulty in breathing on a person before leading to death. The bizarre part is a number of professional chefs in Japan separates the meat of the fish from the poison so it can be consumed as a delicious meal.

    Puffer fish

    6. Sea Snake

    Basic human fear of snakes put this species on the list of dangerous sea animals. But in reality this sea snakes life hidden in the sea and not too threatening human life. However, these snake venom is still a frightening poison. In one bite, this snake venom is able to paralyze prey and kill it in seconds.

    Sea snake

    5. Lion Fish

    Being favorite fish for aquarium, this fish is famous for its poisonous prickly thorns. Although it’s not very lethal in humans, the poison can cause headaches, vomiting, and respiratory problems. According to some reports, these symptoms lasted for several weeks.

    Lion Fish

    4. Saltwater Crocodile

    Saltwater crocodile has a reputation as one of the most ferocious predators in the world. This animal can grow to more than six meters and weighs 1500 kilograms. It has a variety of prey, including monkeys, kangaroos, buffalo, shark, and even humans. With the use of great power, salt water crocodile bite twisting in the water to paralyze its prey and then eat it.

    Saltwater Crocodile

    3. Stingray Fish

    This animal become the world attention since the tragic death of a biologist and host of “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin in 2006. Stingray’s tail that shaped like a spear and contain many toxins have been stabbed Steve and make heart failure.

    Stingray Fish

    2. Sea Lion

    Sea lions can be classified as cute animal, easily trained, and many became stars in a zoo. However, this animal often attack humans as well. In California, United States, few cases of sea lion attacks were reported in Manhattan Beach, Newport, and San Francisco in 2006. Some local scientists said that sea lion behavior unpredictable and can suddenly become aggressive.

    Sea Lions

    1. Sea Eel

    Strong bite of sea eel’s sharp teeth can cause serious injury prone to bacterial infections of the mouth of this primitive animals. Eels are often hiding in crevices and holes in the reef during the day and hunting for food at night. Marine experts advise divers to keep the hands from the crack or hole to avoid the attack. One more thing, do not ever feed these animals or you will be attacked by the herd.

    Sea Eels


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    thanks alot for sharing



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