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10 Most Dangerous Insects Alive Today

Published on 23 Apr 2020 / In Pets & Animals

Insects are all over our planet, and you can find these alive today! They're some of the most dangerous on earth, from the woods, jungles, desert, and rain forest. One things for sure, if you find one - you should definitely run away!

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Welcome back, Richest fans! Today, we’re looking at some of the creepiest crawlies in the world. We’re going to look at some of the most dangerous insects to walk the earth. Not only the most dangerous, but also the ones that can cause the most amount of pain in humans. Either through their stings or bites. All with the help of Doctor Justin Schmidt’s Schmidt Pain Index. Sometimes, the insects’ venom can cause more problems than just being a minor inconvenience. We’ve seen in Coyote Peterson’s show just how painful a lot of stings from insects can be.

You can expect to see all sorts of bugs in the video. It goes without saying, there’s no spiders, scorpions or centipedes on the list. As they’re not actually insects. Instead, we’ll examine the frightening story of the Tarantula Hawk. There’s also the legend of the Killer Bees and how they came to exist. We also have the Asian Giant Hornet that has an intimidating size and a fierce rivalry with Honeybees. We have various species of ants, too. The Bullet, Driver, and Maricopa Harvester ants will make an appearance with their story. The Bullet Ant is said to be the most painful bite in the world! One of the most destructive insects on the planet is the mosquito. It might be on here, too! The Asp Caterpillar, AKA the Puss Caterpillar, might pop up. The Warrior Wasp and Executioner Wasp species might also be involved. Finally, there’s the Kissing Bug, or Triatominae, and its relationship with Chagas disease.

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