The world's most VENOMOUS animal: Box Jellyfish a.k.a. Sea Wasp.
Their venom is considered to be among the most deadly in the world,
containing toxins that attack the heart, nervous system, and skin
cells. It is so overpoweringly painful, human victims have been
known to go into shock and drown or die of heart failure before
even reaching shore. Survivors can experience considerable pain for
weeks and often have significant scarring where the tentacles made
contact. Sea turtles are unaffected by the venom and generally eat
them. The world's most POISONOUS animal: Golden Poison Frog a.k.a.
Golden Dart Frog. The golden poison frog is generally estimated to
contain about one milligram of poison, enough to kill about 10,000
mice. This estimate will vary in turn, but most agree that this
dose is enough to kill between 10 and 20 humans, which correlates
to up to two African bull elephants. This is roughly 15,000 humans
per gram. Snakes are unaffected by the poison, but not totally
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