If you've ever wondered what the deadliest animals on the planet are, Gate Notes has come up with the 'World's Deadliest Animals' infographic to answer your question. You'd be surprised to find out what tiny creature tops the list.
The 'World's Deadliest Animal' infographic creatively uses bar graphs to visually show the number of people killed by different animals each year. Surprisingly, frightening animals like sharks, lions and wolves only kill under 100 people a year. So what animal is killing the most amount of humans? Not-so-innocent freshwater snails are harming over 10,000 individuals a year and snakes about 50,000. But the deadliest animals of all are the smallest. That's right, mosquitoes are killing over 475,000 people a year by unknowingly transmitting Malaria. So next time you go outside at night, remember to put on bug spray!
This Infographic Reveals the Deadliest Animals to be Mosquitos
1. Infographics on Deadly Animals - The use of infographics to visually demonstrate information about dangerous animals can be used in educational materials or awareness campaigns.
2. Identification and Mitigation of Deadly Insects - Businesses can explore opportunities in developing innovative products and services that help identify and mitigate the threat of deadly insects like mosquitoes and snails.
3. Increasing Awareness on Animal-related Deaths - Developing and using educational campaigns to raise awareness on the importance of animal safety can encourage engagement and participation in efforts to reduce animal-related deaths.
1. Agrochemicals - Agrochemicals businesses can explore new product development opportunities in insecticides that target deadly insects like mosquitoes and snails.
2. Medical Devices - The demand for medical devices that can diagnose, detect and treat Malaria and snake bites can create opportunities for the development of innovative devices to address the issue.
3. Educational Materials - The need for educational materials to inform people about the dangers of deadly animals can create opportunities for businesses to develop and sell materials that provide important information on how to stay safe.