Top 10 Most Dangerous Fish In the World

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Most Dangerous Fish In the World

Anyone like me will be wondering what kind of fish are in our sea. Here at Oyster Diving, you have had diving vacations all over the world and have seen thousands of different fish species in different colors, shapes, and sizes. And they still fascinate us.   But what’s as cool as being able to experience diving and swimming with marine life is as important as recognizing the potential dangers of the ocean.   Many people are afraid of the sea. We did not write this article to surprise you, we wrote this article to educate you briefly on what to avoid. Today we have compiled a list of the 10 most dangerous fish in the world. Read on if you dare – some of these can give you a nightmare!  

1. The Buffer Fish  

Respirators, also called blowfish or blowfish, swell when disturbed or threatened. Blowfish has a highly toxic substance called tetrodotoxin located in the liver, ovaries, intestines, and skin. Tetrodotoxin poison affects the victim’s brain and can cause weakness, paralysis, and death.   This fish is physically very strong and has a strong survival instinct due to its pointy skin. They are one of the most poisonous fish found in our oceans.   Where to dive with pufferfish: Pufferfish is found in tropical waters and Indonesia is the best place to dive with pufferfish.  

2. Red Lion  

Red Lion Fish is famous for its viper fins, etc., but it is rarely fatal, but it can hurt. The fish has large pectoral fins and elongated dorsal fin spines, and each species has a thick zebra-shaped stripe.   When disturbed, the fish will stretch out the fins and, if more severe, attack with the backbone.   The red lionfish is one of the most well-known species and inhabits the South Pacific reef ecosystem. Relying on the stomach and ultra-fast reflexes, it mainly feeds on fish and shrimp. When a human is trapped in a lionfish, it is not fatal, but it is extremely painful and can cause nausea and shortness of breath.   Where to dive with lionfish: To dive with lionfish, visit the Caribbean Sea and enjoy warm water temperatures and amazing views.  

3. Great White Shark  

Great white sharks are one of the most famous and powerful predators in the world, so they rarely need to be introduced. When an attack occurs, Great White Sharks tend to injure and retreat the victim. If the bite is very large, there is serious tissue or organ damage, which can lead to the death of the victim.   Where to dive with Great White Sharks: There are many places to dive with Great White Sharks. Neptune Island, Australia, South Africa, Gan Svai, Isla Guadeloupe, Mexico, Stewart Island, New Zealand, Tiger Beach, Bahamas.  

4. Moray Eel  

One of the most dangerous fish in the sea, Moray Eel, when disturbed, is malicious and attacks humans. The eel’s chin is equipped with strong, sharp teeth, which can catch prey and cause serious injury. There are more than 80 species of eel. They tend to live in shallow, tropical and subtropical areas and can hide between rocks and reefs.   Where to dive with Moray Eels: The best places to dive with Moray Eels are Egypt, Belize, and Mexico.  

5. Tiger Fish  

Tiger fish are known for their sharp teeth and can cause serious injuries to unsuspecting swimmers. Depending on the species, vertical stripes and dagger-shaped teeth pop out when the mouth is closed. It is best to avoid it!   Where to dive with tigerfish: tigerfish can be found in Africa, Zambia’s river system and Congo.  

6. Electric eel  

The electric eel is accompanied by South American fish that cause a powerful electric shock that stuns prey. Electric eels can grow to 2.75 meters and weigh 22 kg. In general, we prefer fresh, slow-moving freshwater, and you can breathe air through the surface every few minutes. The charge released by the electric eel is about 330-650 volts, powerful enough to shock humans!   Where to dive with electric eel: Electric eel is a South American freshwater fish and can be found in the Amazon Basin.  

7. The Box Jellyfish  

Box Jellyfish is one of the most dangerous fish in the sea and is considered the most notorious marine animal. Poison can cause death in minutes and traces of sting to remain for life. Box Jellyfish uses poison to attack heart activity. When attacked, the victim experiences a very low heart rate, very painful sting and death.   Where to dive with Box Jellyfish: You can dive into jellyfish in Japan, Australia and the Gulf of Mexico!  

8.The Candiru  

These scaleless fish are usually found in the Amazon River. Kandy Lu fish eat blood. Yes, you read it. It eats blood. These small fish can be found in the gill holes of other fish. But believe it or not, it is not a scary part. Kandy Lu is also known to attack humans. It enters the body through the urethra and causes shortness of the spine and gills, causing inflammation, pain, bleeding, and death in unfortunate victims.   Where to dive with Candiru: It is better not to go into the water with Candiru. However, Candiru can be found in the Amazon Basin in Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru.  

9.The Stonefish  

It is commonly found in the tropical waters of the Indian Pacific Ocean and lives in shallow waters. Stonefish is a slow, bottom-dwelling fish that is very difficult to see, as it almost perfectly blends with the surroundings. Stepping on it injects a large amount of poison into the victim. Wounds caused by stepping on a stone fish can be very painful and fatal.   Where to dive with snails: You can dive with snails in the Pacific and Indian Oceans.  

10. Piranhas  

Piranha is one of the most famous fish in the world. With the death of a bad guy, piranha in the movie undermines fame. Piranha, famous for their sharp teeth, can exert a bite force on average 20-30 times their own weight. As a result, even the largest animals can be crushed in minutes.   Where to dive into piranha: The best place to dive into piranha is Japan.  Have you ever met the most dangerous fish in the world? Let us know in the comments below. We want to hear from you!

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