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  • Asian giant hornet on Random Horrifying Animals From Thailand

    (#2) Asian giant hornet

    • Vespa mandarinia

    Asian giant hornets are appropriately named since they are the largest hornets in the entire world. Members of the wasp family, they live throughout Eastern Asia and can grow to almost two inches long; the queens are even larger. The hornet's stinger does not detach like some other wasp species, so it can sting a victim multiple times. The venom contains around eight chemicals which can cause pain and breathing difficulties. 

    Giant hornets are also very fast, sometimes flying up to 25 miles per hour. Most humans whom die after an attack are allergic to the venom.

  • Russell's Viper on Random Horrifying Animals From Thailand

    (#6) Russell's Viper

    Thailand is also home to Russell's vipers, some of the most deadly snakes in Asia. Their fangs are longer than those of other snakes, and the creatures grow almost six feet long. The viper can strike victims several feet away with incredible speed, but it feeds on small rodents in large fields. The Russell's viper venom acts quickly, causing renal failure, paralysis, or hemorrhaging.

    Many victims who survive have kidney problems for the rest of their lives.

  • Box jellyfish on Random Horrifying Animals From Thailand

    (#5) Box jellyfish

    • Chironex fleckeri

    While the waters around Australia are famously known to hold the world's most poisonous jellyfish, the lethal creatures can lurk off the coast of Thailand as well. In fact, they can be found throughout the Indo-Pacific, killing as many as 40 people a year in the Philippines alone. But since attacks aren't always reported, these jellies can be even more deadly than we think. Each has around 15 tentacles that can be up to 10 feet long, complete with about 5,000 stingers.

    These stingers trigger a chemical reaction within prey, releasing a venom that attacks the nervous system and heart, sometimes causing shock. Box jellyfish victims have even drowned before making it back to shore due to heart attacks or extreme pain. Even more concerning, this particular fish is blue or clear in color; the victims rarely see the predator approach.

  • Indochinese Tiger on Random Horrifying Animals From Thailand

    (#16) Indochinese Tiger

    • Panthera tigris corbetti

    There are actually two species of tigers found in Thailand, the Indochinese and the much smaller Malayan tigers; unfortunately both are endangered. There may be less than 1,800 Indochinese tigers left in the world; in China they are believed to be completely extinct. Despite their lack of numbers, Indochinese tigers are well equipped predators, attacking and feasting on large mammals such as deer and wild hogs.

    These tigers are solitary hunters, chasing prey with great speed and using their powerful jaws to maim. The Indochinese animals can also kill humans. While tiger attacks are still relatively rare, don't provoke them.

  • Stinging Nettle Caterpillar on Random Horrifying Animals From Thailand

    (#15) Stinging Nettle Caterpillar

    If you think touching a stinging nettle caterpillar looks like it would be painful, you'd be absolutely correct. Stinging nettle caterpillars have tiny suckers on their bodies, allowing them to stick to leaves and branches as they travel and feed. Additionally, their bodies are covered in sharp points. The points can cause a painful rash and breathing problems. The creatures live throughout Southeast Asia and sometimes hitch rides on plant cargo. Now they're even considered an invasive species in Hawaii. Like other caterpillars, the sting nettles will eventually mature into moths. The moths, however, are less dangerous.

  • Monocled Cobra on Random Horrifying Animals From Thailand

    (#4) Monocled Cobra

    Monocled cobras can be identified by the round shape on the back of their hoods. They can grow up to seven feet long and strike very quickly, making these snakes all the more dangerous. The monocled cobra's venom is even more deadly than the king cobra's. And it has the highest human fatality rate in the country. Like other cobras, the monocled's venom contains neurotoxins which can cause paralysis, heart attack, and respiratory failure. Death can occur in less than an hour if treatment isn't received. Even a scratch from a monocled cobra's fang can be disastrous. Plus, they tend to strike more than once.

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We all know that most Thais love to cook insects. People will see a variety of insect dishes in Thai snack streets and night markets, these ingredients come from the local and contain beetles, caterpillars, crickets, star anise spiders, etc. Because of the hot and humid climate and unique natural environment in Thailand, here is the best habitat for many terrifying animals, and we have to admit that some animals are dangerous.

For most travelers, all kinds of insects are indeed very scary. Here the random tool lists 17 of the terrifying animals from Thailand that can even ruin the beach vacation. We recommend that tourists should prepare some anthelmintics and heatstroke prevention pills, or purchase in Thailand.

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