Which animals pose the most danger to humans?

Lions: Among the largest felines, males can weigh up to 225 kg and measure 2.50 meters, making them formidable predators.

Hippopotamus: Weighing up to 3.5 tons, hippos, despite being herbivores, can be aggressive, especially when defending their territory.

Elephants: The largest land mammals, African elephants can weigh up to eight tons. Despite being peaceful, their behavior can be unpredictable, especially when scared.

Crocodiles: Dangerous for humans, crocodiles, with sharp teeth, attack when feeling threatened in their territory, using agility and speed in the water.

Scorpions: Some scorpion species, mainly in hot and arid habitats, carry toxins that can be fatal to humans, with about twenty of them being dangerous.

Assassin Bug: Found globally, these insects, particularly in Latin America, have a repulsive appearance and can lead to human fatalities.

Dogs: While dog attacks usually don't result in human death, bites can be dangerous, especially for infants or children in severe cases.

Snakes: Certain snake species are extremely dangerous when threatened. For instance, pythons can swallow an adult whole.

Humans: Considered animals, humans are among the most dangerous to their own species, especially in terms of homicides.