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Posted: 01/02/18 06:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Some of these surprised me but it's based on hospital data and accident reports.


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Interesting, but don't worry about the animals. You are more likely to be seriously injured or killed while traveling on the road in a vehicle.

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I thought the mosquito killed more people annually than any other animal?

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Homo Sapiens.


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Virus and bacteria are not classed as animals so I guess they do not count.


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A Mad Drunk Woman is #1 on my list [emoticon]


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nineoaks2004 wrote:

A Mad Drunk Woman is #1 on my list [emoticon]

True, they make mosquitos look like butterflys. [emoticon]

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a) a robbot

b) a driverless self stearing auto

c) a coyote

d) an electric eel

e) tick lime disease carrier

f) malaria mosquito

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I guy I new was heading home from work and hit a moose. The moose landed inside the car and kicked him till he was dead..Moose have long legs so they go over the hood when you hit them..Anyway Ill go with moose


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