10 MOST DANGEROUS OCEAN CREATURES IN THE WORLD

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  • Published on Nov 14, 2017
  • 10 Most Dangerous Water Animals In The World
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    There are many different types of creatures that live in streams, lakes, seas and oceans. And while many of these creatures are harmless, there are many that are incredibly dangerous if you happen to have an encounter with them.
    These dangerous animals lurk beneath the surface of the water in a world vastly different than ours, and must be deadly to survive.
    Join us as we take a look at 10 of the most dangerous water creatures.
    10. Australian Box Jellyfish - This creature is not one to be messed around with if you happen to swim into a swarm of them. And while they may seem harmless, the Australian box jellyfish is considered to be the most venomous marine animal in the world. They have tentacles that are covered with tiny darts called nematocysts, and they are loaded with poison.
    9. Flower Urchin - Beautiful but deadly, these sea urchins are extremely venomous. They look like a bouquet of small flowers; to which they get their name from. They feed on invertebrates, sponges, and dead fish, and have well developed jaws for grinding up their prey.
    8. The Saltwater Crocodile - Evolving around 200 million years in the Mesozoic epoch, crocodiles have far outlived the dinosaurs. The Salt water crocodile is the world’s largest reptile, and they have been known to grow up to 27 feet long and weigh 2,465 lbs.
    7. Textile Cone Snail - Mother nature teaches us that anything in nature that is beautiful, is most likely deadly, and a warning to predators and humans to not touch or disturb them. This holds true for the Textile Cone Snail.
    6. The Sea Snake - These highly venomous marine snakes are closely related and belong to the same family as the cobra. There are two independently evolved groups: the true sea snakes which are related to Australian terrestrial elapids, and the sea kraits which are related to Asian cobras.
    5. The Lionfish - Lionfish are skilled hunters, using specialized bilateral swim bladder muscles to provide exquisite control of location in the water column, allowing the fish to alter its center of gravity to better attack prey. The lionfish then spreads its large pectoral fins and swallows its prey in a single motion.
    4. The Stingray - Stingrays are a group of rays, which are cartilaginous fish related to sharks, and are one of the oceans deadliest creatures. Most stingrays have one or more barbed stingers on their tails, which are used exclusively for self-defense.
    3. Blue-Ringed Octopus - This octopus has some of the most striking colors of any ocean creature. They get their name from the brightly blue colored rings on its body.
    2. Needlefish - These strange looking creatures are very slender, and have a single dorsal fin, placed far back on the body. Needlefish are capable of making short jumps out of the water at up to 37 mph. Since Needlefish swim near the surface, they often leap over the decks of shallow boats rather than going around.
    1. The Moray Eel - Most attacks stem from disruption of a moray's burrow to which they react strongly, but an increasing number of accidents also occur during hand feeding of morays by divers, an activity often used by dive companies to attract tourists.

Comments • 3 883

  • Timothy Douglas STEVENS

    Other than the box jellyfish, Australia isn't that deadly if you have half a brain. And the oceans and beaches are not anywhere near as filled with sharks and jellies as people say.

  • Alex Twine
    Alex Twine Day ago

    This is serious but again was waiting to see hipopotamus

  • Andrew B
    Andrew B Day ago

    It can swim at 4 knots that's about 2 miles and hour...... nice research.

  • Marty Silver
    Marty Silver Day ago

    There is so much information wrong with just the first 2 animals.

  • Brandon Izzarelli
    Brandon Izzarelli 2 days ago

    You had me till needlefish 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Junior Theory
    Junior Theory 2 days ago

    Me: *looks at title*
    Video: *Talks about crocodile*
    Me Ok I see now crocodiles live in oceans veryyy intrestinggggggg
    Me: *keeps on watching*
    Video: *talks about stingrays*
    Me: I will never vist any touching areas in aquariums again.

  • duggireddy Venky
    duggireddy Venky 3 days ago

    They are so dangerous animals

  • skzion2
    skzion2 3 days ago +1

    Jeez, my IQ has dropped after a few minutes.

  • Rashi Adhikari
    Rashi Adhikari 4 days ago

    Good

  • lisa gallagher
    lisa gallagher 5 days ago

    i have a huge fear of deep water

  • lolo3232
    lolo3232 5 days ago

    Do you guys know what XD means it this😂

  • lolo3232
    lolo3232 5 days ago +1

    Yep it’s why we have a pool cause if we didint have pool we could not go swimming

  • flame phoenix
    flame phoenix 6 days ago

    3000 oh hell nah

  • flame phoenix
    flame phoenix 6 days ago

    keep they ass out that beach water

  • migggo
    migggo 6 days ago

    Salt water crocodiles, in the ocean.... I see

  • a p
    a p 6 days ago

    The search was for fish, only. Not.

  • Live Vibes
    Live Vibes 6 days ago

    Saltwater crocodiles don’t live in the Amazon they live in Australia and south east Asia also the Amazon river is fresh water so that just wouldn’t make any sense...

  • TITAN VIEIRA
    TITAN VIEIRA 6 days ago

    I live at my dick

  • Lucas Li
    Lucas Li 7 days ago

    Look disgusting

  • Captain Donald Quackenbush

    I don't think any of this is correct. All incorrect facts and figures. Why put out something with so mamy flaws.

  • Grace Schell
    Grace Schell 10 days ago

    u would sound smarter if u said venom rather than poison ;)

  • Michael Yong
    Michael Yong 10 days ago

    I saw a needle fish in surface water before and it is very fast

  • * {Sushi} *
    * {Sushi} * 10 days ago

    9:01 wth

  • ShadeRB
    ShadeRB 12 days ago

    t series is stupid for making non skip able ads

  • marshall
    marshall 12 days ago

    what about stone fish?you don't mention
    the most dangerous creature in the world killing human in 2 min

  • Landoツ
    Landoツ 13 days ago

    🤔

  • Michael Dover
    Michael Dover 13 days ago

    My mom got stung by a lionfish

  • Fresh Melon
    Fresh Melon 14 days ago

    This is why we have the bathtub.

  • Fresh Melon
    Fresh Melon 14 days ago +2

    Here come draw a protective circle
    Make sure its not a oval

  • 백선희
    백선희 14 days ago +2

    after watching this video
    Me: =[ never going to the beach again.
    (this is my mum's account, do not say rude comments)

  • Péter Ring
    Péter Ring 16 days ago +1

    Pounds and square inch. Ok, and how many is that in human measurement units?

  • Kushi Sahaye
    Kushi Sahaye 16 days ago

    The crocodiles and the jellyfish with colourful colours are most dangerous in the world

  • Isaiah Baiza
    Isaiah Baiza 16 days ago

    I'm not going swimming anymore

  • Emily Welker
    Emily Welker 16 days ago +3

    and I was scared of the dead bugs in my pool.

  • RandomnessArLizu
    RandomnessArLizu 17 days ago +5

    95% of the water is still unexplored, so you can't make these assumptions yet

    • Organic Trash
      Organic Trash 12 days ago

      yes we have, thats what i just said. the farthest we've gotten is about 11,000 m aka the lowest part of the trenches in the pacific area. i assume legally it could be hard for the US to explore the floors of the other oceans, bc other countries may feel threatened. and who knows if other countries have reached the bottom as well, maybe even planted technology down there already.
      anyway, like i explained, its just a matter of horizontal exploration of the ocean floors, every other layer we've been to obviously. thats why it makes no sense to me that 95% is unexplored, idk how they would even gauge that if, well, theyve never explored it! sounds to me like a percent pulled out of their ass. somewhere in the 60-80% range makes more sense to me bc the floors are vast

    • RandomnessArLizu
      RandomnessArLizu 12 days ago

      @Organic Trash no, we're far from exploring that 95%
      We haven't gotten to the bottom of the Mariana trench yet even I don't think so

    • Organic Trash
      Organic Trash 12 days ago

      yeah we can, since this is what we know right now. these are animals you could encounter/have been encountered before, obviously no ones encountered the unknown ones yet. so out of the species we do know of (which is most of them), these are the dangerous ones, it doesnt make it false. and i call bs on the 95% unexplored statistic, im sure we've explored way more haha, the lower levels are just hard to get to but we've been down there. the trenches (lower most levels) are about 11,000 meters down, which is about how far we've gotten so far. its just a matter of horizontal exploration (exploring the floors). cave waters and caves in general are probably less known about than our ocean!

  • {Bravo Bear}
    {Bravo Bear} 18 days ago

    Who come here because of the thumbnail? Anyone ok just me

  • Aloan Moreira
    Aloan Moreira 18 days ago +2

    and that's why I prefer a nice backyard pool a million times!

    • AVERAGE JOE
      AVERAGE JOE 15 days ago

      Even that's not 100% safe tho!!

  • sammy luvi
    sammy luvi 19 days ago

    Fun fact: dolphins like to get high together by purposely scaring a puffer fish and bouncing it around to each other to get pricked. It gets them high instead of poisoning them like any other animals 😅

  • Parker Wright
    Parker Wright 19 days ago

    How about squidwards dad...... CTHULU

  • Luis X
    Luis X 19 days ago

    8:23 ned and the needlefish lol

  • myuki rose
    myuki rose 19 days ago

    The thumbnail creature tho

  • Bluebonnet Jasmine
    Bluebonnet Jasmine 20 days ago

    Where is the giant fish coming up to the surface of the ocean in the photo?

  • Adrian Andrada
    Adrian Andrada 21 day ago

    my mom see a sea snake before but she is not scared bcuz the sea snake does not care

  • Lalo
    Lalo 21 day ago +1

    Me: **Terrified of the ocean.**
    Also me: **looks at fishing and dangerous sea creatures videos**

  • Israel
    Israel 21 day ago

    Greedy fckers with the adds in this video.

  • Swiss 001
    Swiss 001 21 day ago +1

    Dame

  • Raymond J
    Raymond J 21 day ago +5

    OK HOW CAN EVERYTHING BE ONE OF THE OCEANS MOST DEADLIEST CREATURES ????

  • Christian Lameda
    Christian Lameda 22 days ago

    1 like = 1year of cake,candy,and vbucks

  • Christian Lameda
    Christian Lameda 22 days ago +1

    How is the stingray one of the most dangerous sea creatures in the world if 19 people or a few more have dried from stingrays

    Lol this is why we have pool to

  • Jenny Abitan
    Jenny Abitan 22 days ago +1

    *Salt-Water Crocodile becamed SCP 682*

  • Lena Fierro
    Lena Fierro 22 days ago

    Were on vacation and I won't get eaten by a flower 😩 I couldn't handle to say that...! 😩

  • Lena Fierro
    Lena Fierro 22 days ago +3

    >:( ADDS? why....
    *Siri turns on*
    o-o
    Siri: Adds a addtion problem
    Me:Nope the youtube adds!?!
    Siri:RU-clip
    Me:yes... *Turns siri off*

  • Martin Caisse
    Martin Caisse 23 days ago

    CRACKY

  • José Colón
    José Colón 23 days ago

    God knows I love your channel, but this video was sadly a huge failure. These are not even in the top 100 dangerous sea life creatures of today!

  • Noragacha 145
    Noragacha 145 24 days ago +1

    2:21 heart attacke

  • Siv Chaston
    Siv Chaston 24 days ago

    Å

  • Visham Guptar
    Visham Guptar 24 days ago +8

    I hope you guys are listening to mother nature! Anything that is beautiful (👱‍♀️) is most likely deadly 😉

  • Z Phish
    Z Phish 24 days ago

    man, I swim through schools of needlefish all the time.

  • Pablo Jose
    Pablo Jose 24 days ago +2

    Salt water crocs in the Amazon?

  • Juliana Adams
    Juliana Adams 25 days ago

    This reminds me of Lake placid.

  • Ashley Lake
    Ashley Lake 26 days ago

    People are idiots. Why the hell would u swim right next to a Stingray knowing it can literally kill you at any moment plus you're on there domain. Also why would people feed Eels knowing they are venomous. People just need to leave these fishes alone!

  • Amadeus
    Amadeus 26 days ago +28

    "Don't touch it if you don't know what it is." -Me.

    • Amadeus
      Amadeus 6 days ago

      @Kristin Baker Oh but it does :)

    • Kristin Baker
      Kristin Baker 6 days ago

      This should apply to more than just water creatures!!

  • BenWyt Channel
    BenWyt Channel 26 days ago

    What's background song? Metal song?

  • Fubnin
    Fubnin 28 days ago

    At the very least have the creature on the thumbnail be an honorable mention.

  • Drunkbikewrenchen
    Drunkbikewrenchen 28 days ago

    4 knots is 4.6 mph

  • John Ocampo
    John Ocampo 28 days ago

    Lionfish as one of the most venomous fish


    Coyote Peterson : *Hold my beer*

  • Chris Trudell
    Chris Trudell 28 days ago +1

    That guy who caught the 3200lb shark looks really freaked out.🦈

  • Matthew Raiche
    Matthew Raiche 28 days ago +7

    It's "venom," not "poison." Venom is injected, poison is ingested or absorbed. The words are not interchangeable.

  • Simeon Koistinen
    Simeon Koistinen 28 days ago

    what a dumbass moraes don't attack human

  • Sean Harvey
    Sean Harvey 28 days ago

    The Amazon river has salt water crocodiles now?

  • Norma Nolan
    Norma Nolan 29 days ago

    This why I go to pools

  • Raunok Basu
    Raunok Basu 29 days ago

    It's a goddamn dangerous region if even sharks don't make the top 10

  • Victoria Ososkalo
    Victoria Ososkalo 29 days ago +2

    Well, they definateley did a pretty good job at fooling there audience with that thumbnail.

  • William Phillips-Stiles

    WHAT? No stonefish

  • Steen fuglsang Jespersen

    You don't No watt you tolkning abaud. 🐊 Have no sharp tese

  • Ting Louie
    Ting Louie Month ago +9

    There are no SW crocs in the Amazon
    “SW crocodiles are known to hunt at beaches up and down the Amazon”

  • Ben Gunderman
    Ben Gunderman Month ago

    1:18 that's 4.6 mph dingus

  • Chaun'Tovey Russell

    What is a few minutes? So if i was to get my ass stung then i wouldve died....smh

  • Shrimpy sushi
    Shrimpy sushi Month ago

    *thumbnail lies*

  • Nasrat Shardally
    Nasrat Shardally Month ago +4

    *Australia wants to know your location*

  • OMGitsHaCKK
    OMGitsHaCKK Month ago

    4 knots is about 4.6mph....NOT 2mph like this dumbass says

  • Euphenia Begay
    Euphenia Begay Month ago

    Why you lie on the video picture? Just to get views? Ur sad u bitch

  • Shadow: Void
    Shadow: Void Month ago

    hey i sub and like and i knew that news on our country im a philipines that the box jellyfish

  • Irawati David
    Irawati David Month ago

    Me:shark duh

  • Aiden
    Aiden Month ago

    Why does water exist again?

  • 100k subs with no videos

    No, it is- showing your poor grades to dad

  • J.A. Peleski
    J.A. Peleski Month ago

    What about Stonefish?

  • Mushromboe Invading

    Ok hold up. Needle fish aren’t deadly. Sure they can hurt you but they aren’t actually trying to attack you majority of the time. I’ve been around tons of them before. They will avoid u as best as they can. And they can’t kill you unless like 50 of them stab into you, which would never happen. They are not poisonous. They shouldn’t be in the list

  • Ross is bored
    Ross is bored Month ago

    9:17 YEAHHH

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  • John Williams
    John Williams Month ago

    The most dangerous is a mosquito

  • rodel Villamar
    rodel Villamar Month ago +1

    #9 we ate them 🤣

  • mandy stidham
    mandy stidham Month ago

    You forgot your mom

  • Shy Dragoness
    Shy Dragoness Month ago

    Videos that call venom poison immediately lose credibility...

  • Linda Easterbrook
    Linda Easterbrook Month ago

    Did any body come here for the thumbnail because I did lol 😆

  • nardy bernard
    nardy bernard Month ago

    Tf you gon hand feed a fish for😢

  • 1. R.I.P Nipsey 2. R.I.P Tupac

    Awesome they look super cool

  • cassie garner
    cassie garner Month ago

    I love stingrays r or what ever it was called I just love them!!!!!!

  • William jakobsen
    William jakobsen Month ago

    0:51 i feel guilty