7 Scariest Animals Still Roaming Earth Today

Blue-Ringed Octopus: Specifically located in Australia and Southeast Asia, the Pacific and Indian Oceans are home to the tiny but extremely venomous Blue-Ringed Octopus. 

Golden Poisonous Dart Frog: The tiny, vividly colored Golden Poison Dart Frog is indigenous to the rainforests of western Colombia in South America.

Stonefish: The Indo-Pacific region, which includes the seas of Australia, Southeast Asia, and the Indian Ocean, is home to the deadly stonefish.

Belcher’s Sea Snake: Belcher’s Sea Snake is a very poisonous sea snake found in the warm waters of the Indian and western Pacific Oceans, including locations such as the Gulf of Thailand and the northern coast of Australia.

Wolverine: The wolverine, a carnivorous animal found in the northern parts of North America, Europe, and Asia, is renowned for its hardy and solitary disposition.

Cassowary: Large and flightless, the cassowary is indigenous to the tropical forests of northern Australia and New Guinea.

Nile Crocodile: One of Africa's most recognizable and dangerous reptiles, the Nile Crocodile is renowned for its enormous size and hostile disposition.

Hippopotamus: Large and semi-aquatic, the Hippopotamus, also known as the "hippo," is a mammal that lives in sub-Saharan Africa.