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12. Elephants - 500 deaths a year Elephants are also responsible for a number of…

12. Elephants - 500 deaths a year Elephants are also responsible for a number of…

11. Hippopotamuses - 500 deaths a year For a long time, hippos were…

The 15 deadliest animals in the world

11. Hippopotamuses - 500 deaths a year For a long time, hippos were…

13. Lions - 22  deaths a year Estimates for lion-related deaths also vary…

The 15 deadliest animals in the world

13. Lions - 22 deaths a year Estimates for lion-related deaths also vary…

4. Dogs - 35,000 deaths a year Dogs — specifically dogs infected by the rabies…

The 15 deadliest animals in the world

4. Dogs - 35,000 deaths a year Dogs — specifically dogs infected by the rabies…

10. Crocodiles - 1,000 deaths a year Crocodiles are now considered the large…

The 15 deadliest animals in the world

10. Crocodiles - 1,000 deaths a year Crocodiles are now considered the large…

14. Wolves - 10 deaths a year Wolf attacks are not common in many parts of the…

The 15 deadliest animals in the world

14. Wolves - 10 deaths a year Wolf attacks are not common in many parts of the…

15. Sharks - 6 deaths a year Shark attacks are pretty rare. In 2014, there…

The 15 deadliest animals in the world

15. Sharks - 6 deaths a year Shark attacks are pretty rare. In 2014, there…

3. Snakes - 100,000 deaths a year Snake bites kill more than 100,000 people…

The 15 deadliest animals in the world

3. Snakes - 100,000 deaths a year Snake bites kill more than 100,000 people…

Poaching threatens to drive many species to extinction, which also destroys local economies that depend on wildlife tourism. A keeper gives peanut to an orangutan inside a cage shortly after it arrived from Thailand at Halim Perdanakusuma airport in Jakarta, November 12, 2015. Fourteen orangutans smuggled into Thailand illegally were sent back to Indonesia on Thursday, but the operation was not without incident -- one of the powerful apes tore a wildlife officer's finger off when he tried…

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Poaching threatens to drive many species to extinction, which also destroys local economies that depend on wildlife tourism. A keeper gives peanut to an orangutan inside a cage shortly after it arrived from Thailand at Halim Perdanakusuma airport in Jakarta, November 12, 2015. Fourteen orangutans smuggled into Thailand illegally were sent back to Indonesia on Thursday, but the operation was not without incident -- one of the powerful apes tore a wildlife officer's finger off when he tried…

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