What are the most dangerous jellyfish

Dangerous marine life: the 10 most poisonous jellyfish in the world

However, jellyfish are only fatal to humans in the rarest of cases. Per year about 100 people die after an encounter with a jellyfish. The small specimens are usually particularly dangerous.

There are also other sea creatures that are not to be trifled with: fish. The shark kills the most people each year, but it is not even the most dangerous fish in the world. You can read here who deserves this title, which specimens are poisonous or just bite badly.

Spiders are not to be joked with either. Especially in winter we meet the reptiles again and again because then they are looking for warmth. We tell you which spiders you should especially stay away from.

Another animal species is much more dangerous, namely snakes. Every year five million people are bitten by the animals, around 50,000 people die as a result of a snake bite. You can read here what the ten most dangerous snakes in the world are, how poisonous which specimen is and how which poison works.

The animal that kills most people every year is, by the way, a different one - and hardly anyone has it on their radar. The absolute beast is the mosquito! You can read how many people she kills and who is also a proven killer in our overview of the 15 most dangerous animals in the world.