Mosquitoes are most dangerous insect species on Earth. This deadliest insect causes 1 million death every year by transmitting deadly malaria disease. Mosquitoes carry malaria germs from one place to another, and they spread germs into the blood of victim by biting.
Until recently, most people in the United States had never seen a bed bug. However, bed bug infestation was very common in the US during the World War II. Thanks to improved hygiene and adoption of DDT, the bed bugs had all but vanished. Over the past decade, the tiny, blood sucking nuisance have
Africanized honey bees are probably one of the most commonly recognized of the most dangerous insects in the world. These insects are highly feared for their habitual swarming behavior and the potential death that can be caused by a single event of swarm activity.
If so, this list is the most DANGEROUS bugs in the world will make you flip your lid. These crazy bugs may look little, but below the surface is a extremely dangerous (and even deadly) bite that
The 50 Most Dangerous Bugs in America 1 Black Widow Spiders. 2 Red Widow Spiders. 3 Africanized Honey Bees. 4 Arizona Bark Scorpions. 5 Brown Recluse Spiders. 6 Red Harvester Ants. 7 Fire Ants. 8 Striped Bark Scorpions. 9 Paper Wasps. 10 Sac Spiders. 11 Io Moth Caterpillars. 12
The most dangerous insect in this category is the honey bee, and accounts for as many human deaths as all the species of snake cause put together. However, nearly all of the deaths caused by these