You may come into contact with some deadly animals and wildlife that may attack. Are you prepared to face the deadly world of beasts, fangs, and claws? With a few pointers you may have a better chance of survival if you come face to face with our planet’s deadliest.
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Be Amazed at these 10 Tips to Survive Deadly Animal Attacks! Kangaroos - If you’re planning a safari trip or a visit to the down under, a few survival techniques are in order. Lions - Playing with kittens and cats is fun and entertaining when their cute little paws and claws bat at you. Elephants - Elephants are very intelligent creatures and feel a wide array of emotions. If threatened they will react. Rhinoceros - With poor eyesight, these creatures are easily startled and are hard to escape. They can reach a startling speed of 40 mph. Hippos - The best way to survive a hippo attack is to avoid one altogether. These lumbering beasts are cute, docile, and look fairly peaceful, right?
Bulls - Ever see bull fighters wave around a piece of bright colored cloth? There’s a reason for that. Jellyfish - The tentacles of a jellyfish contain a deadly venom that stuns and paralyzes their prey. Luckily you, my friend, are much bigger than their typical meal and can scrape by with just a few painful welts from your encounter. Alligators and Crocodiles - Alligators and crocodiles are said to have one of the strongest bites on the planet. If either of these creatures chomps down on you, it will be a challenge to get him to release. Cone Snail
In the waters of South East Asia lives an unlikely killer, the cone snail. Sharks - 71% of our planet’s surface is covered by water, so it stands to reason that some of its inhabitants are less than friendly. Of all the watery beasts, none strike as much fear into the heart of man as the shark.