The aggressive Africanized bee will attack anything that invades its space, and if you see one then chances are the hive is close by. Do not approach!
This little Tsetse fly might look harmless, but it carries the “sleeping sickness” disease, which is fatal to humans.
How would you like to stumble upon this humongous Japanese Mountain Leech? Don’t let it grab onto you! They love to suck your blood.
It you see the Milkweed Grasshopper, the best thing you can do is turn around and walk away, because if this creature feels threatened, it will shoot a poisonous toxin from its legs.
The Thorny Devil Stick Insect might be harmless, but that doesn’t keep it from looking frightening and creepy.
The Giant African Millipede is one gigantic bug, with its 256 legs and 15.2-inch body length. Stay out of its way!
This Giant Centipede can grow up to lengths of twelve inches!
The American Cockroach is not only gross, but if you see one, then it’s safe to say there are probably hundreds more in the vicinity.
The Giant Japanese Crab can grow up to twelve feet and weigh a whopping 42 pounds!
The Asian Giant Hornet is known as the world’s largest hornet. If you see one, turn and slowly walk away. You definitely don’t want to be stung by this enormous insect.
The Hercules Beetle is true to its name, as it can lift up to 850 times its own body weight. That’s one strong bug!
Farmers hate to see these creatures anywhere near their crops. The Giant African Land Snail consumes around 500 different types of plants. That’s one hungry creepy crawler!
The Human Botfly is widely known for laying eggs within people’s skin. Gross!
The Giant Water Bug is one tough predator. It’s been known to eat water snakes and even turtles.
The Male Dobsonfly is one scary looking creature!
The Mosquito is not only an annoying pest, but they carry many diseases, including the West Nile Virus.
The Camel Spider can grow up to eleven inches and its huge jaws weigh an incredible 1/3 of its body mass. That’s got to be one nasty bite!
The Brazilian Wandering Spider is one spider you certainly don’t want to find wandering around your house.
The Giant Weta Grasshopper can grow up to massive lengths of eight inches.
This Giant Isopod looks as if it crawled straight out of a horror movie.
The House Centipede is relatively harmless to humans, but that doesn’t mean its looks won’t scare you.
The Black Widow Spider might be small, but she packs one heck of a bite and is extremely deadly.
Yes, the saying is true! Bed bugs are actually real. They come out of hiding at night to feed on you and suck your blood.
The Bullet Ant is one ferocious little insect. Victims of its bite report they felt as if they’d been shot, so it’s definitely true to its name.