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15 Reasons Why The Amazon Rainforest Is The Scariest Place On Earth

by Ellie / October 08, 2016

Everyone is afraid of spiders and snakes, but the Amazon Rainforest likes to step outside the box by adding a few other extremely scary animals/reptiles to the repertoire. Heck, they even have animals that at first glance look adorable, but next thing you know you're in agonizing pain or probably dead. Gee thanks, Amazon! Here are some of the scariest and deadliest animals in the rainforest. Bonus points if you make it through the entire album without flinching.

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The Amazon Rainforest

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This big bad forest is located in Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and a little bit in Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. The deep, dark, damp, bush is filled with a lot of dangerous shit. I’m still talking about the Amazon rainforest here fellas, c’mon now.


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Electric Eel

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This sketchy looking thing can release short strong bursts of electricity, or long continuous shocks. Although the shock alone wont kill you, several deaths have been reported due to victims not being able to keep afloat after receiving multiple shocks.


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Vampire Bat

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These blood suckin’ goons like to latch on and drink the blood of plenty of different animals, even humans. Luckily, their bites don’t kill. However, they can lead to infections or rabies.


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Green Anaconda

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This thing can grow up to 9 meters long and weigh up to 500 pounds. Just like in the movie, these guys slither in the depths of the Amazon river, waiting to wrap themselves around anything they find- and then slowly suffocate their prey before swallowing them whole.


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