First, more than 500,000 species of insects are found in the world. In this article, we have gathered the 5 most dangerous insects in the world that if they accidentally bite you and without treatment then death is for sure.
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- Tsetse Flies
Tsetse flies are found in the continent of Africa. This one looks like common Bee but not what it looks like. It’s very dangerous. About 500,000 deaths have been caused by this insect in Africa. When this bites a human, it injects a poison named Lava Parasite into the body and if not treated in time then the death of that person is certain.
2. Giant Japanese Hornet
This hornet found in Japan is the most dangerous Hornet in the world with an estimated 40,000 deaths in Japan. When this insect bites a human, it leaves a toxic inside the human body, and if the person doesn’t get treated within an hour, they die.
3. Kissing Bug
This worm looks like a simple organism but if it bites a person, then it injects a special type of parasite called Trypanosoma Cruzi into the body and causes Chagas disease.
Mosquitoes transmit disease in a variety of ways. In the case of malaria, parasites attach themselves to the gut of a female mosquito and enter a host as she feeds.
In other cases, such as yellow fever and dengue, a virus enters the mosquito as it feeds on an infected human and is transmitted via the mosquito’s saliva to a subsequent victim.
5. Killer Bees
Africanized honey bees are typically much more defensive than other varieties of honey bees and react to disturbances faster than European honey bees.
They can chase a person a quarter of a mile (400 m); they have killed some 1,000 humans, with victims receiving 10 times more stings than from European honey bees.