16. Ants: 30 people per year
Ants may be small and harmless, but be wary because some of them are deadly.
They attack and defend themselves by biting. However, some of its sting, in the case of fire ants, can be painful and deadly.
This is because fire ants have a venom sac, which is dangerous to people. Fire ants attack their victims in numbers, along with their sting is a toxic venom.
About 30 people are killed by fire ants every year.
15. Jellyfish: 40 people per year
A jellyfish sting releases venom, which can cause adverse effects on humans and can require medical assistance. The effect of the sting varies, from painless to extreme painful to death.
Vinegar, alcohol, ammonia and urine are common remedies to treat a jellyfish sting.
Of the annual 200,000 jellyfish stings reported, about 40 people are killed.