Animals are fascinating creatures to watch, especially in their own natural habitat. Although some animals may seem cute and friendly, many of
them can be extremely dangerous. The objective of this website is to help people understand animal nature and learn how to avoid getting eaten alive. There are estimates that more than 100,000 people die each year from wild animal encounters and over 1 million people are attacked by them. Many
of these attacks are caused by people mishandling the situation and causing such wild animals to feel threatened, thus leading to the attacks. If
people educate themselves about these dangerous animals, then the number of annual attacks and fatalities will decline significantly.
Animal Danger is a resource that teaches the basic characteristics about certain animals considered to
be dangerous to humans, found in all parts of the world. Some of the information provided explains how to respond accordingly if encountered
by one of these animals. For example, if you were out hiking in the woods and stumbled across a hungry mountain lion, should you try and run from
it or is there a more effective way of dealing with it? Find out the answer and more as you explore the contents of this website.
The self-defense methods discussed on AnimalDanger.com are only suggestions and do not guarantee your safety should you get injured while
encountering wild animals. Most of the information found on this site has been gathered from various online resources, including Wikipedia, encyclopedias, and other
credible animal-related websites. If any of the information seems awry, please contact us and we will look into it. If you
have any comments, suggestions, or advertising inquiries, please feel free to send us an email. Thanks for stopping by and spread the word if you enjoy the site!