1. The Brazilian Wandering Spider’s
The Brazilian Wandering Spider’s bite can cause priapism. A never-ending, painful condition in which a penis remains erect for hours.
Once you start getting symptoms of rabies, it’s too late, don’t worry yourself because you are already dead. And the most common carrier of the disease in the western hemisphere, bats, have tiny bites that most people can’t feel. So you could go to bed on an outdoor camping trip. Wake up feeling fine. Three weeks later, you’re foaming at the mouth and doomed to a slow and terrible death, all because of this ugly creature biting you in your sleep.
3. The Blue-Ringed Octopus
The blue-ringed octopus is only a few inches long and is hard to spot, even though it lives in shallow water, where people like to walk barefoot. You usually can’t feel its sting as it administers one of the most lethal forms of venom known in nature. Once you start to feel any symptoms, it will most likely be too late. You’ll painfully suffocate as paralysis. Your horrified friends will just watch you die, helplessly.
4. Suicide Rate In Nunavut
Canada has a suicide rate of about 10 per 100,000. Nunavut (a Canadian territory) has a rate of 71 per 100,000.If Nunavut were a country, it would have the 2nd highest suicide rate in the world.
5. There are 143 Million orphans worldwide
There are 143 Million orphans worldwide. 15% of which will commit suicide before their 18th birthday.
6. Vitamin D Deficiency
250,000 to 500,000 kids worldwide go blind every year due to vitamin deficiency.
7. Tiny mites are living on your eyelashes, and they don’t give a damn about paying rent.
8. Honduras as the Murder Capital of the World
According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Honduras, home to about 8.25 million people, has by far the highest homicide rate of countries in the world. 90.4 murders per 100,000 people is a chilling fact, meaning that in this country, there is a murder of almost every 1,000th person. Tourists are the primary targets of violent crimes since Honduras is a popular holiday destination.
9. Flesh-Eating Bacteria
Statistically speaking, you’re more likely to die of a flesh-eating bacteria than win the lottery jackpot.
10. Congestive heart failure
Congestive heart failure leaves you to drown in your body fluid. It’s a horrible way to die, but most people are incredibly non-compliant with medical advice.