字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 If you see these, run fast and ask for help! There are so many different animals in the world that nobody even knows the EXACT number of existing species!!! Some of them are beautiful... and some are ugly. However, not everything is as it seems... because, the ugly ones may be safe, and the beautiful ones can be deadly, or not... For example, this caterpillar looks like somebody dropped their wig by accident. It's not very big, but it's very hairy. You might think that, because it's hairy, it's tender to touch. But, don't let that fool you... In fact, if you touch the hairs, they will penetrate your skin and sting you!!! Wow, that doesn't seem fair, now does it..? According to the experience of other people, the pain is unimaginably bad. So, stay away from this caterpillar if you can... However, if you get stung, doctors recommend washing the area, Use soap and water. But, be very careful not to press the spot . . . . . . because this will make the poison spread FASTER. After you finish washing the sting, put some ice on it to reduce the pain... If the pain doesn't go away within the next thirty minutes or so, go to the hospital immediately! We think Caterpillar Puss looks too gross to touch it, and, we hope you agree with us... Now, we're going to tell you about twelve other animals that you should run from as fast as you can, if you ever encounter them in the wild. Counting down from number twelve: DEATHSTALKER. Well, the name says it all... This is the deadliest scorpion of all. To give you some perspective, The deathstalker is responsible for 75% of all victims of scorpion attacks... Usually, it doesn't kill healthy adults, they only feel terrible pain, but it can easily kill children. If they are stung, they have a fever, coma, and finally, they can't breathe, because the lungs are filled with fluids. If this kind of scorpion still doesn't seem awful enough to you, how do you like this? They can demonstrate cannibalistic behavior if they can't find other food. They can also eat snakes, if they win the fight... The only way to survive being stung by this scorpion, is to go to the hospital immediately. (Chortle) Isn't this fun? Number eleven: CARPET VIPER. Here comes another champion... Carpet viper is considered to be the deadliest snake, because it kills the biggest number of people yearly. The way it kills is really curious, in an awful way... It injects some toxin into the blood of the victim... This toxin doesn't let the blood clot, so the victim just bleeds to death. Number ten: CONE SNAIL. Now, this snail is so dangerous, that ONE DROP of it's venom, is more than enough to end twenty human lives. The worst thing about it is there is no cure or some kind of antidote. If it stings you, you are dead, whatever you do... It is also known as, "the cigarette snail," because its poison kills you as fast as it takes you to finish one cigarette... Hopefully, you don't smoke, so that you'll have time for something more important... Number nine: STONEFISH This thing looks like a stone, see? Now, there are two things you need to know about this fish... First, if you confuse it with a rock and step on its spikes, it will poison you, and you will lose your leg. That's actually the best-case scenario. The stonefish is VERY economical. It injects the amount of poison proportional to the pressing weight. The second thing is: It tastes the stonefish just 0.15 seconds to react to a moving object (another fish or your leg), to open its mouth and bite it. So, losing a leg is really possible. So, watch your step whenever you are in the ocean. Number eight: AFRICANIZED HONEYBEE This kind of bee is very different from all others, because Africanized Honey Bees are actually a result of an experiment! (Spooky noises) "Ooh" A Brazilian man was trying to make a new breed of bees, and actually let them out. So, these bees are more aggressive than regular bees. Maybe because they know they were genetically engineered and are pissed off about it... And, they can chase their victims for very long distances. Their poison is not more dangerous than the one that normally more friendly bees have, but, if you get stung by a large number of them, you should see a doctor anyway... Number seven: BRAZILLIAN WANDERING SPIDER. Because... they don't have GPS. Do you know why the most venomous spider in the world is called, "wandering spider?" The thing is, that, unlike other spiders, it is often found in places full of people, especially in the daytime! You can find them in houses, or even in cars. Now, we wonder how Ron Weasley would react to such news. (XD) Number six: BLACK MAMBA!!! You may have heard about this snake. its name is pretty popular. Quentin Tarantino gave this code name to the main character in "Kill Bill." Now, this snake is known as the most aggressive snake of all. You know, usually, experts say that when you see a snake, the best course of action is to move away from the snake as slowly as you can. Otherwise, it might think you are a threat and attack you, which is probably the last thing you want to happen. However, "Black mamba" is very different. It can attack you even without provocation! Some people think that it kind of enjoys it. Anyways, if it bites a person, and he or she doesn't get an antidote in the next thirty to fifty minutes, they will die. The poison shuts down the nervous system and paralyzes the victim. Number five: POISON DART FROG. Now, this frog looks beautiful! It's hard to deny that. However, don't let this beauty deceive you! This frog doesn't even need to bite you to poison you. It has poison on its skin. You see, this is how it works in nature: Whatever is the brightest is the most dangerous. Never touch or even come close to something you want to touch in the wild, including the dart frog. (Mockingly) "Oh! Isn't he pretty? Let's just touch it." (Choking sounds and beating on chest) See? That doesn't work, does it? Number four: TSE TSE FLY This fly is not venomous, or anything like that. However, it's still very dangerous! Otherwise it wouldn't end up on this list. First of all, it sucks blood like a mosquito, which is gross enough as it is. But, the worst thing it can do is transmit African Sleeping Sickness, which kills around 250,000 people every year. Number three in our cavalcade of killer critters is the Blue-ringed octopus This octopus is tiny, but, as you might have guessed, really deadly! It kills its victims in a very cruel way. It bites the victim and injects a poison into the bloodstream. After that, the victim gets paralyzed within a few minutes, which, of course, means they can't breathe. The only way to help a person, in this case, is to start artificial respiration, and continue to do it for the next few hours until the effect of the poison wears down. Number two: KOMODO DRAGON These guys are really good hunters. They can wait for their prey in a hideout for a long time. After they detect the prey, they chase it, eat out the throat, and wait 'til the victim bleeds to death. Mmm, boy. Most humans are lucky because komodo dragons live mostly in places where humans don't. And, they don't need to eat very often. Well, that's a good thing... And, number one, the most dangerous varmint out there (according to our list) BOXJELLYFISH!!! This is the most dangerous living thing on Earth! (after mosquitoes that transmit Malaria, of course) Its venom kills so fast, there is nothing you can do. Just to be safe, avoid all jellyfish that you see while swimming on the ocean or the sea. Boy, it makes you just wanna go to the beach, now, doesn't it? Anyway We decided not to tell you what to do if any of the described species attacks you in their own way for only one reason: The only thing you can do is go to the hospital immediately. Even if you don't think that whatever attacked you is dangerous for your health, see a doctor. You know, better safe than sorry. Otherwise, the only sure-fire way to never meet up with any of these critters (Chuckles) is never leave home! Hey, share this video with your friends, so that they are also aware of the dangers, and won't pet that pretty little caterpillar. Like this video, and click subscribe to join us on the bright side of life!