Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals in North America

Particularly North America is most popular because it has numerous forests, mountains, deserts, wild animals, rainforests and many more too much beautiful locations. North America is a very demotic continent in the Northern Hemisphere & in the Western Hemisphere. Besides, it also considered as a northern subcontinent of the Americas. If you want to enjoy North Americas beauty so you can visit any time. By the way, we are described here about the North American top 10 dangerous animals. You will get a lots of most dangerous wild animals in the North America. Check out the list of top 10 most Dangerous Animals in North America.

10. Arizona Bark Scorpion
Scientific name: Centrurodies sculpturatus
Length: Male 8 cm. and female 7 cm.
Genus: Centruroides
Family: Buthidae
Order: Scorpiones
Arizona Bark Scorpion

9. Brown Recluse Spider
Scientific name: Loxosceles reclusa
Length: 0.6-2 cm.
Genus: Loxosceles
Family: Sicariidae
Order: Araneae
Brown Recluse Spider

8. Africanized Bees
Scientific name: Apis mellifera scutelleta
Genus: Apis
Family: Apinae
Order: Hymenoptera
Africanized Bees

7. Great White Shark
Scientific name: Carcharodon carcharias
Length: (Adult) Female 15-21 ft, (adult) male 11-13 ft.
Genus: Carcharodon
Family: Lamnidae
Order: Lamniformes
Great White Shark

6. American Alligator
Scientific name: Alligator mississippiensis
Length: (Adult) male 11-15 ft, (adult) female 8.9 ft.
Genus: Alligator
Family: Alligatoridae
Order: Crocodilia
Lifespan: 30-50 years
American Alligator

5. White-Tailed Deer
Scientific name: Odocoileus virginianus
Length: 3.1-7.2 ft.
Height: (Adult) 1.7-3.9 ft
Genus: Odocoileus
Family: Cervidae
Order: Artiodactyla
White-Tailed Deer

4. Gray Wolf
Scientific name: Canis lupus
Genus: Canis
Height: (Adult) 2.6-2.8 ft
Family: Canidae
Order: Carnivora
Gray Wolf

3. Cougar
Scientific name: Puma concolor
Genus: Puma
Height: (Adult) 2.3 ft.
Family: Felidae
Order: Carnivora
Lifespan: 8-13 years

2. Snakes
Scientific name: Serpentes
Length: Acrochordus arafurae 8.2 ft, Barbados threadsnake 3.9 inches.
Genus: Phidia
Order: Squamata
Lifespan: Acrochordus arafurae 9 years

1. Bear
Scientific name: Ursidae
Height: Polar bear 4.4 ft, Giant panda 2-3 ft., Brown bear 2.3-5 ft.
Order: Carnivora
Family: Ursidae
Clade: Synapsida
Lifespan: Giant panda 20 years

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