These Are The Most Dangerous Insects in the U.S.

Mosquito Risks: Mosquitoes spread dengue, malaria, chikungunya, and Zika. They cause 400+ million outbreaks and 2.7 million deaths annually.  

Deer Tick Risks: Lyme Disease, which causes weariness, joint discomfort, severe headaches, stiffness, heart palpitations, drooping on one side of the face, brain and spinal cord inflammation, nerve pain, and other unpleasant side effects days to months after the bite.  

Triatominae kissabug Dangers: Kissing bugs can excrete Chagas Disease into the body. Chagas Disease is acute and chronic. Not everyone experiences acute symptoms. Some persons have heart difficulties during chronic stages.  

Human-Bot Fly They can cause a raised lesion where they lay their eggs. Under the skin, they can be felt after hatching. Larvae crawl through skin after maturing.  

Parasitic Worms Dangers: Worms can feed on blood, causing anemia. They can also induce malnutrition and intestinal difficulties. Their effects include cognitive and physical growth regression.  

Asian Giant Hornet Warnings: These gigantic hornets can sting repeatedly and are commonly encountered in groups. Anaphylaxis can result from venom allergies.  

Saddleback Reptile Dangers: Their four enormous appendages include hollow spikes attached to venomous glands that can sting susceptible persons. Swelling, asthma, stomachache, and itching can result.  

Imported Red Fire Ant Group attacks and repeated stings are dangerous. Small children and baby animals are at risk. The native ant species and crops are also attacked.