Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals In The World!

#2 Jaguar
#2 Jaguar
TABATINGA, BRAZIL - APRIL 28: Brazilian Justice Minister Marcio Thomaz Bastos (L) plays with a pet jaguar at Operation Cobra headquarters April 28, 2003 in Tabatinga, a small Amazonic town bordering Brazil, Peru and Colombia. Brazil's federal police antidrug program, Operation Cobra (Cobra is a combination of Colombia and Brazil), is comprised of Brazil's federal police and is partly financed by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency. Brazilian federal officers use modern satellite surveillance technology made available by the newly started Unified Amazon Surveillance System. The new system has enabled law officials to reduce the flow of drugs from Colombia to Brazil by approximately 60 percent within the past two years. Stimulated by this success, Brazil's government is expanding the anti-drug operation to include the borders of Peru and Venezuela. Brazil also plans to use the same methodology to control the entire length of the country's immense border. (Photo by Andre Vieira/Getty Images)
#5 Vipers
#5 Vipers
LAS VEGAS - JANUARY 17: A gaboon viper is seen in a glass box filled with 50 deadly snakes outside O'Sheas Casino on the Las Vegas Strip January 17, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Animal adventurer Donald Schultz will spend 10 days and nights in the 16-foot by 20-foot glass enclosure with various snakes including vipers, pythons, cobras and rattlesnakes. Five new snakes will be added to the box each day until the count reaches 100. The event is being filmed for "Venom in Vegas," a two-hour special edition of Animal Planet's new series, "Wild Recon" that will air on February 9, 2010. During the stunt, Schultz will conduct tests and extract venom from the reptiles that will be used for research. A team of experts will stand by in case anything goes wrong. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
#4 Poison Arrow Frog
#4 Poison Arrow Frog
NEW YORK - MAY 25: Dart Poison Frogs appear at a sneak preview of "Frogs: A Chorus of Colors" at the American Museum of National History May 25, 2004 in New York City. The display featuring 200 live frogs from over 17 countries officially opens on May 29. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
#1 Anacondas
#1 Anacondas
CULVER CITY, CA - JULY 22: Actors Matthew Underwood and Victoria Justice hold a Anaconda Snake at the After Party forthe DVD Release "Choose Your Own Adventure: The Abominable Snowman" at the Star Eco Station on July 22, 2006 in Culver City, California. (Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images for Star Eco Station)
#3 Bengal Tiger
#3 Bengal Tiger
VALLEJO, CA - JUNE 1: Animal trainer Lee Munro bottle feeds Odin, a five year-old White Bengal Tiger during a big cat show at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom June 1, 2007 in Vallejo, California. Odin allows his trainers to handle him during performances where he jumps and also dives into a pool. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
#6 Crocodiles
#6 Crocodiles
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 22: Rex, one of the world's biggest crocodiles at around 5m long and 700kg, is unveiled to the public in his new Kakadu-themed home, at Sydney Wildlife World on December 22, 2009 in Sydney, Australia. The new resident is the star of "The Last Living Dinosaur" exhibit following his relocation from Darwin. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)
#7 Mosquitos
#7 Mosquitos
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 08: An employee looks at a giant representation of a mosquito at the Darwin Centre, at The Natural History Museum on September 8, 2009 in London, England. The new GBP 78 million centre is a scientific research and collections facility that opens to the public on September 15, 2009. 200 scientists work in the new building that also contains the eight story 'Cocoon', which at 65 metres long is Europe's largest sprayed concrete curved structure containing the museum's collection of 17 million insect and three million plant specimens. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
#9 Alligators
#9 Alligators
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, FL - AUGUST 05: An alligator floats in a pond in the Florida Everglades after the South Florida Water Management District announced it may reduce the size of the deal it had announced earlier in the year with U.S. Sugar on August 5, 2010 in the Everglades National Park, Florida. The original proposal, announced in 2008, was to buy all of the U.S. Sugar Corporations assets and use the land to replenish the Everglades, letting water from Lake Okeechobee run its natural route. The plan now because of state budget cut backs is to buy 26,800 acres and retain a 10-year option to buy the rest of the land. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
#10 Bats
#10 Bats
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 18: Vistors look at the Fruit Bats at the Royal Melbourne Show at Melbourne Showgrounds on September 18, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. The Show has been taking place in Melbourne since 1848 and is Victoria's largest and longest running annual public entertainment event, expected to attract around half a million visitors. (Photo by Enzo Tomasiello/Getty Images)
#8 Boa Constrictors
#8 Boa Constrictors
382639 01: Entertainer Michael Jackson poses with his pet boa constrictor September 15, 1987 in the USA. Jackson, who was the lead singer for the Jackson Five by age eight, reached the peak of his solo career with 1982''s "Thriller," the best-selling album of all time and recipient of eight Grammy awards. (Photo by Liaison)
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