As we have seen on Spike's newest show, Urban Tarzan
, animals aren't all cute and adorable as people seem to think, especially when they point a gun at you or turn their deadly jaws towards you. 1000 Ways to Die
has shown us how deadly certain animals can become, even some of those cute and cuddly ones. So here is our list of the Top Ten Deadliest Animals on 1000 Ways to Die. Let's hope Urban never comes across some of these.
10. Exotic Birds
Of course large birds can be dangerous, like falcons or hawks, but small little exotic birds? Well, rethink that especially if you are in the exotic bird smuggling business. This bird smuggler finds out just how deadly these birds can be while contracting a deadly disease while flying, ironic.
Who would have ever thought that these little insects that we used to catch in the summer could kill us!? Apparently these tiny, "harmless" bugs have a protein that some people can be allergic to, which in the end can kill you. Not so "harmless" anymore are they?
Besides an Electric Eel, eels don't seem that deadly, right? Yeah well, think again. Playing pranks on passed out drunken friends is always fun for a good laugh here and there. Putting an eel down your drunk, passed out boss's pants however, not such a good idea, especially when that eel decides it's going to eat its way through your boss's body. Sushi, anyone?
Are ferrets really that cute and furry? I think you'll debate that idea after seeing what happened to this guy. If ferrets are shoved down a person's pants for hours on end, they will no doubt get hungry. In this case these ferrets went to extreme lengths to get what they wanted and when I say extreme I mean extreme. Rethink a ferret as you next pet, if you want to live.
The octopus is just a weird animal in general, but eating an octopus alive is even stranger. Apparently this this man, who was doing a little too much showboating, decided it wasn't that risky. His dead soul probably regrets that now after the octopus latched onto his throat after being eaten whole. I'll be checking to see if my food is dead from now on, thank you.
5. The Asian Giant Hornet
Bees are scary; I think we can all admit that. Bees that have quarter inch stingers and have 10 times more venom than a regular bee though, yeah they exist. This guy should have done his bee research before he "got it on."
4. Driver Ants
Rule #1: Don't leave your jeep when on an African safari. Rule #2: Don't leave your mouth open when napping after you decided to go on a safari of your own. Driver Ants will find their way into your mouth and use their shearing jaws to eat away at your body, so stay in your jeep!
Who knew the animal where we get the world's most delicious food from could be so violent and deadly? Well, when they aren't that into you, they will for sure use their razor sharp teeth to get their revenge. Ok, ok, I'm done eating bacon!
2. Irukandji Jellyfish
The Irukandji Jellyfish is just one more reason I don't want to go to the deadly animal world that is Australia. This girl discovered the Irukandji the hard way by swallowing this extremely tiny jellyfish. This jelly stung her all the way down her throat into her stomach, not something strawberry jelly will do to you.
Scorpions are quick and deadly and can also make their homes in hotel rooms. Wait hotel rooms!? This sounds like a job for no other than Urban Tarzan, I know he has experience with scorpions. As for me, I'll never be staying in a hotel room again.