Meet the world's most poisonous animals

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Poison dart frog - This species of frog is mainly found in South and Central America. Its poison can be fatal and one dose could kill up to 20 adult humans.

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Poison dart frog - The smallest touch can infect people with its venom, so the best thing is to appreciate this animal's beautiful coloring from afar.

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Pitohui - This small bird is native to New Guinea and its feathers contain venom that is capable of killing multiple people.

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Floating bell jellyfish - This marine animal lives in the Australian and Asian oceans and can kill people with a single touch.

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Floating bell jellyfish - This jellyfish's venom spreads through the body and can reach the heart, nervous system, and skin cells. 

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Deathstalker - This animal can be found in North Africa and the Middle East. It carries a poison that can kill humans.

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Brown vine snake - This snake is quite aggressive and just a drop of its poison can kill a human. 

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Black widow - These spiders are found in North American. The female has a red mark in the middle of its abdomen, and a lifespan four times that of the male.

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King cobra - This is the most venomous species of snake in the world. Its poison can kill a human in a matter of seconds.

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King cobra - A bite from a king cobra can inject five times more venom than most snakes, meaning it can kill up to twenty humans in just one attack.

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Armed spiders - This kind of spider is native to South America and is the most dangerous and poisonous of its species. 

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Armed spider - A bite from one of these can cause pain lasting several hours and even death.

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