We often hear that more and more animal species have been critically endangered and their extinction is just a matter of time.
Ruthless human expansion, hunting, destroying natural habitats, climate changes and other factors have are contributing to a species loss rate 1,000 times greater than the natural background rate.
Though sad, sometimes extinction can be beneficial for a particular race of species…ours! From 42-feet long mega snakes to Giraffe sized flying creatures, check out these 25 mind blowing extinct creatures you’ll be glad don’t exist.
Think T. rex must’ve been scary? Plenty of other extinct animals would’ve been unnerving as all get-out to an unsuspecting homo sapiens.
Like, for example, Helicoprion here. Helicoprion was a predator whose teeth did not shed but instead grew into a wheel-like pattern.
That deadly whorl sat somewhere in Helicoprion’s lower jaw. Some scientists have dubbed Helicoprion a “buzzsaw killer,” though exactly what this Permian-Triassic-era beast looked like is still uncertain. All we know is: Teeth.
Fortunately, all of the most dangerous animals in the world have gone extinct except their less harmful and minimized sized cousins and descendants. Let’s have a look at ten of the most dangerous animals in the world, who are now completely extinct.
Check out the video for Top 5 Deadliest Extinct Animals!