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What is the most dangerous animal in existence?
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Piscez wrote:

What if the mosquito had the blood of a person that carries AIDs?


The mosquito finding someone who has AIDs and then finding someone who doesn't have it, and then going against odds by passing it on to them, is about as likely as Scotland getting through to the final 16 of the World Cup.

In fact, I'm pretty sure that has never ever happened in the history of the world. Both things, not just the Scotland thing.
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CarboKill wrote:


Piscez wrote:

What if the mosquito had the blood of a person that carries AIDs?


The mosquito finding someone who has AIDs and then finding someone who doesn't have it, and then going against odds by passing it on to them, is about as likely as Scotland getting through to the final 16 of the World Cup.

In fact, I'm pretty sure that has never ever happened in the history of the world. Both things, not just the Scotland thing.


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Posted 1/9/12 , edited 1/9/12
Asian Cobra's beat the Black Mamba.

There are 50,000 recorded snake bites a year and this snake has caused the majority. Huge, fast, and aggressive not to mention poisonous as fuck. They may even bite you repeatedly if you don't get away.

Box Jellyfish.

These guys have enough toxin in them to kill 60 humans.

Polar Bear.

With ice caps melting, they have hardly any food and are becoming more and more dangerous as they start looking for food near humans. They're absolutely massive and extremely powerful, they can crack through 3 meters of ice in one blow, imagine what those paws can do to you =/ owch!

and believe it or not but Hippos are a great threat in Africa. They just attack you without warning and can bite you in half no problem.
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uhhh jking box jellyfish seems very dangerous thats why i am too scared to go to the beach whether or not there are jellyfish there.
Posted 1/9/12
humans, definitely
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The honey badger..... nothing else, only the honey badger.
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The honey badger because it doesn't give a shit.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4r7wHMg5Yjg
Posted 1/9/12
fear the cute, white, fluffy bunny of doom! FEAR IT!

Posted 1/9/12
Jigglypuff. YES, IT DOES.
Posted 1/10/12
Dangerous to what, us?
If bears went on an all out war with us humans, I think we could lose :/
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well humans are the most dangerous of course since if any of the above named animals become a problem humans will just shoot bomb electrify or the least and at the same time most cruel capture them but next to us i agree cheetah for on land piranha for in the water don't know the most dangerous flying animal and of course if dinosaurs you know the ones that are now extinct still existed than we would have never made it to this point in where humans are even if there are all miraculously rived than we are still likely to loose and the most dangerous thing that isn't really an animal are parasite's Bacteria and viruses thats all that i know for sure
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The sloth ! Its slow movements are only there to trick you >:3 and unicorns with no saddle >3<
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Space Turtles
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Posted 1/11/12
Pythons.
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Chickens! They can kill you with their powerful beaks! D:
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