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This means they are capable of snatching children, although there are no reported cases. In fact, they are unlikely to attack humans unless their nests are threatened. The eight species of Brazilian wandering spider , all of which can be found in the Amazon rainforest, are considered by some to be the most venomous spiders on Earth. Their venom, after all, can cause intense pain, which when left untreated, can cause paralysis and trouble breathing.

They are nocturnal, wandering across the ground at night in search of food. This centipede, which can grow 10 to 12 inches 25 to 30 centimeters long, is another fierce predator in the Amazon rainforest, feeding on anything it can kill — insects, tarantulas, small birds, lizards, frogs, mice, small snakes and even bats. They coil their bodies around their prey, eating it while it is still alive.

Amazonian giant centipedes are featured in the following book: 25 Beastly Bugs and Insects. One of the most dangerous animals in the Amazon rainforest is actually tiny — just a little over 1 inch 2. So why is it dangerous? Its bite is likened to be as painful as being shot, even more painful than the bite of a tarantula hawk wasp. It can also inject venom, which, though not enough to be fatal, can cause temporarily paralysis of the bitten area. After all, these are heavy-bodied snakes that are capable of suffocating you. Also, they can still deliver painful bites, especially since they have larger teeth than venomous snakes.

Examples of these include the Amazon tree boa which is known for its temper , the bright green emerald tree boa, the shiny rainbow boa and the boa constrictor, which can grow up to 13 feet 4 meters long.

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Also see: Facts… Snakes! Common vampire bats can be found in Mexico, and in Central and South America. Like most other bats , they are nocturnal, and they come out of their roosts at night to search for blood, their only source of food. Although they often feed on horses and cattle, they are known to drink human blood as well, drinking for as long as 30 minutes.

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Also, a small percentage of common vampire bats carry rabies. Vampire Bats Videos — they crawl up to their victims! To comment on this video go to the bottom of the page or visit the youtube page. Click here to view the complete list of sources…. Wowwww I was using this for my project but wow!! The Amazon has many dangerous animals I also have some more than 15!

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They are,green anaconda poison Dart Frog red bellied piranha bullet ants black caiman electric eel jaguar bull shark pit vipers assassin bug harpy Eagles Brazilian wandering spiders amazon giant centipede tree boas and common vampire bats!! Actually, the most dangerous animal in the rain forest or any where is mankind.

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We are responsible for killing millions every year. This must be the most helpful site I ever use I never had even seen most of these animals until now! I must use this more often man now I wish I had my own laptop so I can do what ever I want and I can use this all the time.

It states in this write up that the Green Anaconda has been known to attack Jaguars. I would imagine that if the Jaguar wonders too close to a Caiman at the bank of a river that could spell trouble as well. Woww its great I love animals specially spiders and snakes ……. Hope I can go there and live with them lovely……. Never go there! Be afraid!! Be very afraid!!! They can survive in fresh water as well as the sea so will often swim quite far up rivers including the Amazon. Try here for more facts on the bull Shark.

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Black Caiman. I never want to go to the rain forest and meet the green anaconda. I love this web but the snake and spider …. GIVES me the jibbers …. This helped me with my project about the rainforest. Not really!!! Some are VERY scary!!!!!!!!!!! Am I crazy?????

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Did you know a green anaconda is the largest snake in the world. This page was very helpful for my 6 page research paper. Fair enough. Could get a bit more detail in. Please enter your comment!

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Please enter your name here. You have entered an incorrect email address! Random Posts. IP Factly - Jun 24, 0. Eastern brown snake Pseudonaja textilis. Saltwater or estuarine crocodile Crocodylus porosus 7. Sydney funnel web spider Atrax robustus. Blue-ringed octopus Genus Hapalochlaena.

Coastal taipan Oxyuranus scutellatus. Common death adder Acanthopis antarticus. Cone shells Conus sp. Dugite or spotted brown snake Pseudonaja affinis. Red-bellied black snake Pseudechis porphyriacus. Tiger snake Notechis scutatus. Great white shark Carcharodon carcharias. Yellow-bellied sea snake Pelamis platurus. Bluebottle Physalia physalis. Inland taipan Oxyuranus microlepidotus. Redback spider Lactodectus hasselti Reef stonefish Synanceia verrucosa. Australian paralysis tick Ixodes holocyclus.

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