The komodo dragon is the largest living species of lizard, growing to an average length of 2 to 3 metres
The Giant African snail is so badass and huge that in order to eradicate it, people employ the use of flame throwers
The frilled shark is a living fossil shark species which looks like a hideous giant eel but is actually a shark.
Millipedes can be quite dangerous creatures, but the shocking pink dragon millipede takes the cake for its nastiness.
Despite their name, the mantis shrimps are neither shrimp nor mantises, but receive their name purely from the physical resemblance to both the praying mantis and the shrimp
The Giant Amazonian Centipede can grow to over a foot in length. It is carnivorous, feeding on lizards, frogs, birds, mice, and even bats which it can catch in mid flight!
The 2007 edition of the Guinness World Records lists the cassowary as the world’s most dangerous bird.
The Humboldt squid is a large, predatory squid found in the waters of the Humboldt Current in the Eastern Pacific Ocean
The immortal jellyfish (turritopsis nutricula) has to be item one on this list because of the fact that it is immortal. That isn’t hyperbole – it really is immortal. After reaching sexual maturity, this jellyfish is able to reverse its aging process and become a polyp again.