Bugs Bugs Bugs!!! Bugs are the little but creepiest and dangerous in the world. Some people are very scared of bugs but some are not.
Most of you think that the bugs are so small that is why they are not dangerous for us. But your thinking will be proved wrong in this post.
So, today I’m gonna talk about the 15 most dangerous and venomous bugs in the world. They are very harmful to us and we have to stay and we have to stay away from them.

15- Giant Deathstalker

Giant Deathstalker

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Giant Deathstalker is a species of poisonous scorpion. The scientific name of Giant Deathstalker is Parabuthus transvaalicus. It is mostly found in the dry part of Southern Africa.
Its size ranges to 90-110mm (3.5-4.3 inches) in length. Giant Deathstalker is dark black or brown in color. It is also known as dark scorpion, South-African flat tail or black-thick tailed scorpion. Its view is so creepiest, dangerous and venomous.

14- Puss Caterpillars

Puss Caterpillars

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Puss Caterpillars has various names life asp caterpillar, wooly slug, opossum bug, puss moth and many more. The scientific name of puss caterpillar is Megalopyge opercularis.
Puss Caterpillar is a dangerous insect. Its fur like spine causes rapidly irritation but sometimes it causes headache swelling, rashes, chest pain, etc. Puss moth is very small.

13- Bullet Ant

Bullet Ant

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Bullet Ant is the species of ant. The scientific name of a bullet ant is Paraponera clavata. When these ants attacking on their prey, it causes pain for a full day that is why it is also called 24ant or 24-hour ant.
It is called bullet ant because when it attacks it causes human extreme pain just like a getting shot by a gun. It is referred to as the most painful sting in the entire world.
Its size is rages from 18 to 30mm. It is mostly found in tropical forests of central and South-America. The average life span of a bullet ant is till 90 days.

12- Assassin Bug

Assassin Bug

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Assassin Bug is also called Reduviidae. The scientific name of Assassin Bug is Narvesus carolinensis. Its size is 5 to 44mm (0.2 to 1.6 inches).
They are commonly dark brown or black in color. It causes diseases in human which is very painful for them. It is found mostly in North-America.

11- Human Bot Flies

Human Bot Flies

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Human Bot Flies are very dangerous for deer, human and livestock because they attack on them. The scientific name of Bot Flies is Dermatobia hominis.
Human bot flies are very responsible for the disaster of hides and beef in Tropical America. Dermatobia hominis is also called as American warble fly or torsalo.

10- House Centipedes

House Centipedes

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House Centipedes are most treacherous to humans. They are most painful and they cause relentless swelling which can be held for a few days.
The scientific name of house centipede is Scutigera coleoptrata. It is yellowish grey in color and has over 15 pairs of legs. House Centipede has well developed and big eyes.

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9- Fleas

Fleas

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Fleas transmit various diseases in animals and human beings. These are small, wingless and approximately 2.5mm in length. They are shiny and dark reddish-brown in color. These are parasites. The lifespan of fleas is 100 days.

8- Brazilian Wandering Spider

Brazilian Wandering Spider

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Brazilian Wandering Spider is one of the most poisonous spiders. They live in Central America and tropical South-America.
Brazilian Wandering Spider has so much toxic that is why it is one of the most venomous spiders in the world by the 2010 Guinness Book of World Records.
It is also referred to as Phoneutria. It is called Banana Spider because they hide in the banana bunches.

7- Anopheles Mosquito

Anopheles Mosquito

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Anopheles mosquito is known for the diseases called malaria and others. Also referred to as Marsh Mosquito. In 1818, it is first named and described by J.W. Meigen. 
Anopheles Mosquito is also responsible for many diseases apart from the malaria-like filarial worm, Brugia timori, the Timorese filaria.

6- Rat Fleas

Rat Fleas

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Also called Oriental Rat Flea for bubonic plague and murine typhus, it is a primary vector. With the help of the egg, the diseases easily transmitted from one generation to the next.
The scientific name of rat flea is Xenopsylla cheopsis. They are the little parasites and can feed on the rodent’s blood.

5- Africanized Honey Bee

Africanized Honey Bee

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Africanized Honey Bee is one of the most dangerous bugs in the world because at the time when the man attacking on them that is why this is also called Killer bees. In 1956, first introduced in Brazil and also killed animals like horses and others.

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4- Fire Ants

Fire Ants

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It is referred to as the fire ants because of their red color and painful sting. These ants bite when the attackers are attack on them and causing pain, irritation but in intense cases it usually causes death.
So you should be aware of this. These are omnivorous and usually eat meat or vegetables. They also eat earthworms, insects, spiders and many more.

3- Japanese Giant Hornet

Japanese Giant Hornet

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This is the most horrible insect in the world. By their only a single sting, it can easily kill a person. It is also called as Asian Giant Hornet or giant sparrow bee.
It has totally three eyes. They feed a large number of insects and crop pests. The scientific name of the Asian Giant Hornet is Vespa mandarina.

2- Siafu Ants

Siafu Ants

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Siafu Ants are also called as safari ants or driver ants. These ants attack on snakes, mammals, birds and human beings by their powerful cutting jaws. This is the most horrible social insect.

1- Tsetse Fly

Tsetse Fly

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Tsetse Flies is lived in mid-continental Africa and 6 to 12mm in length. It is commonly called as tik-tik flies. Tsetse flies carry a chemical named trypanosome. This chemical causes sleeping sickness in humans and in animals tit causes trypanosomiasis.
These flies are large biting flies and they feeding the blood of human and domestic animals. In domestic animals, these flies cause a disease called nagana.

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