World’s Deadliest Mammals

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Humans are culture-carrying primates that look a lot like and are closely related to the other great apes. They are different from other great apes because their brains are more developed and, as a result, they can talk clearly and think about things in a more abstract way. Humans also walk with their backs straight, which frees their hands to be used as manipulative members.

1. Human beings (Homo sapiens)

Elephants are the largest land animals that are still alive. They are easy to spot because of their huge heads with temporal glands and wide, flat ears, their long trunks, and their columnar legs. Elephants range in colour from grey to brown, and their hair is short and coarse.

2. Elephants (Family Elephantidae)

Deer are any of 43 species of hoofed ruminants in the order Artiodactyla. They are known for having two big hooves and two small hooves on each foot, and males of most species and females of one species have antlers.

3. Deer (Order Artiodactyla) 

The horse and people have always had a unique relationship. The horse is both a friend and a partner. It has ploughed fields and brought in the harvest, carried goods and people, tracked game and herded cattle, and taken soldiers into battle and explorers to places they didn't know existed.

4. Horses (Equus caballus) 

5. Tigers (Panthera tigris)

The tiger is the biggest cat in the family Felidae. Only the lion (Panthera leo) is stronger and more dangerous. All six of the remaining subspecies are in danger of extinction.

6. Hippopotamuses (Hippopotamus amphibius)

The word "hippopotamus" comes from the Greek for "river horse," and the animal has been known since ancient times. Hippopotamuses are often seen sunbathing on the banks or sleeping in the water of rivers, lakes, and swamps that are near grasslands. 

7. Bears (Family Ursidae)

Bears may look slow, but they can move surprisingly fast, even through thick brush that would slow a person or a horse down a lot. Their eyesight and hearing, on the other hand, aren't very good, so they mostly hunt by smell. Some bears, like the black and spectacled bears, are strong climbers, and all bears, especially the polar bear, are strong swimmers.

8. Lions (Panthera leo)

Lions eat a wide range of animals, from rodents and baboons to water buffalo and hippopotamuses. However, they mostly eat animals with hooves, like wildebeests, zebras, and antelopes. Prey preferences vary by location and even between prides that live close to each other.

9. Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris)

It has lived with people for more than 12,000 years as a hunting partner, protector, source of ridicule or admiration, and friend. The grey wolf gave rise to more than 400 different breeds of dog. People have had a big part in making dogs that fill different needs in society. Different parts of the world have different ideas about dogs.

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