Top 10 Deadliest Fish
Goliath Tigerfish: is known as the most dangerous fish in Africa. These freshwater fish are found in the Congo River Basin and are highly predatory, feeding on literally anything they can catch.
Boxfish:are very similar to pufferfish (next on our list), although not quite as lethal. Their size ranges between 10 and 24 inches, depending on the species, and they usually inhabit rocky .
Great White Shark:are the most notorious sharks and are responsible for the highest number of unprovoked attacks on record. With around 300 teeth and an estimated bite force of around 18000 newtons.
Stonefish:are around 14 to 20 inches long and the same in width due to their extremely wide pectoral fins. They are found in tropical waters – including the Indian Ocean, Pacific, Red Sea.
Oceanic Whitetip Shark:seas around the world and are distinguished by their white-tipped fins. Although the great white shark, tiger sharks, and bull sharks have far more recorded attacks on humans.
Wels Catfish: are huge freshwater fish that can reach an incredibly 16 feet long. These giants are found in lakes and rivers in Europe and are easily recognized by their broad, flat head and huge.
Moray Eel:are actually fish and are incredibly dangerous. There are around 200 species of moray eels worldwide and although most live in the sea, some are found in freshwater.
Pufferfish:are found in most tropical and subtropical waters and they inflate into a ball when they are threatened or disturbed, hence their name.
Candiru:are small but deadly, with a length of around 1 inch and are without a doubt a fish you want to avoid at all costs.They are a parasitic freshwater catfish that are native to the Amazon Basin.
Lionfish:are incredibly venomous fish that are native to the Pacific Ocean, although they have now invaded many other oceans. They reach around 18 inches long and are characterized by their bright.