What would you say is the most dangerous animal in the world, when it comes to killing humans?
Is it the fearsome great white shark?
Or the man-eating saltwater crocodile?
When it comes to killing humans, these creatures have nothing on the world’s number one deadliest animal. It is 70,000 times more deadly to humans than sharks.
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What makes mosquitoes so dangerous? Despite their innocuous-sounding name—Spanish for “little fly”—they carry devastating diseases. The worst is malaria, which kills more than 600,000 people every year; another 200 million cases incapacitate people for days at a time.
The mosquito threatens half of the world’s population and causes billions of dollars in lost productivity annually. Other mosquito-borne diseases include dengue fever, yellow fever, and encephalitis.
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