10 DEADLIST ANIMALS IN NORTH AMERICA 

American Bisons, often symbolizing the Great Plains, can weigh up to 2,000 pounds and run at speeds of up to 40 mph, making them formidable creatures.

American Bison

The American Alligator is a prevalent predator in the freshwater rivers, swamps, and marshes of the southeastern United States.

American Alligator

Black Bears are the most common bear species in North America, found in forests, mountains, and wilderness areas across the continent.

Black Bear

The Great White Shark, one of the ocean’s most renowned predators, roams the coastal waters of North America, particularly in the northeastern and western Pacific.

Great White Shark

Grizzly Bears, known for their formidable size and strength, inhabit the northern and western parts of North America.

Grizzly Bear

Polar Bears, the largest land carnivores, are native to the ice-covered waters of the Arctic Ocean.

Polar Bear

The American Crocodile is found in the coastal areas of the southern United States, primarily in Florida.

American Crocodile

Coral Snakes are known for their bright, colorful bands of red, yellow, and black, a warning of their potent venom.

Coral Snake

Jellyfish, with their translucent bodies and trailing tentacles, are found in oceans around the world, including North American waters.

Jellyfish

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