Don't mess with them because they'll definitely outrun you!
Chances of being attacked by a rhino in the wild are extremely low and for disheartening reasons. Unfortunately, the black rhino population dropped by 97.6% since 1960.
It is responsible for the majority of snake bites in Africa, more than the black mamba, and is recognized as the most dangerous snake on the continent. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), malaria kills around half a million people each year, 90% of them in Africa.
Female mosquitoes carry the parasite responsible for malaria, one of the world's deadliest diseases.
It is also the world's fastest land snake, reaching speeds of 12 mph (20 km/h) when attacked.
Like most snakes, the black mamba is shy and will avoid any confrontation.
Since 2010, mortality rates have decreased by 29% within all age groups.
People traveling to Africa already know they have to protect themselves against malaria.There is a vaccine for yellow fever, but no vaccine for the others yet.Most people who embark on an African safari do it for the Big Five, the highlight of the tour.Safaris are all about spotting and observing wild animals and their behavior.In Africa, the hunter can easily become the hunted.There have been a considerable number of ferocious lion attacks throughout history, the most notorious being the Tsavo Man-Eaters Case.