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How to Survive the Most Vicious Animal Bites



Do you think, you would survive if you get bitten by any of these vicious animals?

Their ferocious fangs make them seem like they have the scariest bites in the animal kingdom but in reality, there are a lot worse animals out there. And today, we’re counting down what animals’ bites are the worst

When it comes to bites, size doesn’t matter, there are tiny creatures in the wild that have the potential to paralyze and render humans and big animals unconscious if the victim doesn’t get medical help immediately.

There are also large and aggressive creatures that are much more formidable than the tiny ones and we’ll be listing them below.

These large animals have strong and powerful jaws, venomous fangs, and strong bite force.

There are over 700 different bacteria that reside in the mouth of humans.

 If you get bitten by a human, there’s a 10 to 15% chance that the bite will become infected.

If your immune system is weakened, by certain vascular diseases as well as diabetes, then your chances of infection are higher and your attacker doesn’t need to be a vampire or zombie to cause damage.

Although a human bite is only about 1,117 kPa (162 psi), it can break the skin and damage joints.

Bite wounds are painful, It leads to bleeding and eventual swelling. You may have also been exposed to diseases that your attacker has, such as Hepatitis, HIV, or tetanus.

Even if the wound doesn’t look too bad, clean it immediately or pus could form.

Don’t wait to go to the doctor. Make sure to get immediate medical attention or the infection would spread rapidly.

How to Survive the Most Vicious Animal Bites.

(10) Blue-Ringed Octopus
(9)Deathstalker Scorpion
(8) Grizzly Bear
(7) Hyena
(4) The Brazilian wandering spider
(3) King cobras
(2)The saltwater crocodile 
(1) Hippopotamus

(10) Blue-Ringed Octopus

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The blue-ringed octopus has unique characteristics and the ability to camouflage making it difficult to find or catch. They can be found in coral reefs, Pacific and Indian oceans as well as tide pools.

They are commonly identified based on their blue and black rings indentation, in addition to their yellow skin, Flee for your life if you ever come face to face with a Blue-ringed octopus

their poison is said to be 1200x more toxic than cyanide, and based on science there’s no antivenom available to treat the toxicity. In layman’s terms ( you’re gonna be dead) if you ever get bitten. So stay away.

(9) Deathstalker Scorpion

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Scorpions are easy to spot, these creatures have pincers and tails for stinging. The Deathstalker scorpion is said to have the most deadly toxin of any living scorpion on earth.

Technically, a scorpion doesn’t bite but it stings and it can be painful as hell. So keep your house clean, and stay away from gardens and dirty litter, scorpions feed on pill bugs, snails, and small vertebrates such as lizards, snakes, and rodents.

(8) Grizzly Bear

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The Grizzly is one of the biggest bear species, known for its intelligence, strength, and aggressiveness especially a caring mother or adult male guarding its territory. The bite of the grizzly is well known in the animal community and so it’s advisable to stay clear of Grizzly bear territory altogether and you should be safe.

(7) Hyena

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The spotted hyena has a bite force of 1,100 psi, which is stronger than most animals and all other hyena species. The 1,100 psi of bite force is extremely impressive because of the hyena’s size and powerful bites that can rip through carcasses Logically enough, spotted hyenas are regarded as crushing dogs

(6) Python

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The teeth of pythons have a hooked shape making it possible for them to hold prey, constrict, kill and swallow. They bite with rear-facing teeth to help them get prey into their bodies.

(5) Tiger

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The raw power of a tiger’s bite is something to behold. Don’t believe us? Let’s take a second to look at a few key components of their diet: wild boar and bears.

We’re pretty sure that those animals are pretty dangerous themselves. Tigers can weigh up to 300lb and their bite has almost twice the force of a lion. Tigers have a bite force of 1050 PSI. and are extremely dangerous and deadly to humans so keep away from the wild. Kindly watch them on Natgeo wild instead..!

(4) The Brazilian wandering spider

How to Survive the Most Vicious Animal Bites

The Brazilian wandering spider, which lives throughout Central and South America, is one of the most venomous spiders on the planet. Unlike most spiders, they don’t build webs to catch their prey. 

Their prey, which involves insects, reptiles, and mice, is vigorously hunted, ambushed, and attacked.

If you come across this spider and it raises its first two pairs of legs, back away.

It is giving you a warning signal to back off and it will attack if you don’t heed the warning.

If it bites you, you’ll feel intense pain dehydration, skin irritation, sweating, and swellings.

You’ll also have cramping, vertigo, and convulsions.

  • You’ll need to see a doctor immediately and get treated with anti-venom and a tetanus shot. One might become unconscious or die if help doesn’t arrive on time.

(3) King cobras

How to Survive the Most Vicious Animal Bites

King cobras live in the rainforests of India, Southern China, and Southeast Asia. On average, they grow to a length of about 4 m (18 ft). 

They can stand erect and look you in the face. Although they try to avoid humans, this snake will attack you if it feels threatened. It will raise its hood and make a growling dog-like hissing noise.

 If you get bitten by a king cobra, immediate and urgent attention is required. The King cobra can inject a lot of venoms into its victim which can lead to cardiac arrest, sweating, convulsion, and eventual death.

As little as 6 ml (0.2 fl oz) of cobra venom can kill 20 people.

  • Don’t apply ice to the wound as it would only make things worse by cutting off circulation and free flow of blood.
  • Do not suck the venom out, It’s bad and unhealthy and would only make things worse.

Remember what we said about bacteria in the human mouth?

You could infect the wound and you will suffer convulsions, vomiting, and respiratory failure. which should give you about 15 minutes to live.

  • Keep the bitten limb as rigid as possible. And keep it lower than your heart so that the venom has to work against gravity to circulate.
  • Go to an ER (Emergency Room) right away.

(2) The saltwater crocodile 

The saltwater crocodile has the strongest bite force of any reptile animal, with a power of 25,500 kPa (3,700 psi).

Estimated to be 23 times more powerful than a human bite. They can grow to almost 7 m (23 ft) long and weigh over 1,000 kg (2,200 lb).

They mainly hunt turtles, birds, and mammals, but if you enter their territory, they will attack you.

They are territorial and highly aggressive especially female crocs while protecting their young.

Saltwater crocs hunt by hiding along the edge of a body of water. They wait patiently for prey to come close to the river’s edge before striking and devouring their prey.

They are known as ambush predators.

They can stay underwater and hold their breath for up to an hour.

  • Put your hands into the crocodile’s eyes if it happens to grab you, punch it in the eyes repeatedly until it lets you go.
  • Keep fighting back, punching and kicking it, it will eventually let you go, Make sure to visit a hospital right away once you get free from its jaws

(1) Hippopotamus

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How to Survive the Most Vicious Animal Bites

Even though they are herbivores, hippos kill about 500 people per year in Africa. That’s more than any other wildlife

on the continent. They weigh as much as 2,700 kg (6,000 lb) and have a bite force of 13,800 kPa (2,000 psi).

Hippos can easily crush a watermelon with their jaws, what do you think will happen if it gets hold of your head?

This aggressive creature is known to crush a canoe in half, let alone humans.

It may trample you, drag you into a lake or tip your boat over. They are extremely aggressive and territorial.

Even if it doesn’t bite your head off, you’ll be in a lot of pain. You could develop a serious wound infection, requiring amputation.

  • Runaway once you see a hippo coming towards you, they can be very territorial and aggressive for no reason. My advice, climb a tree and run away from it until it passes.

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