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What is the scariest animal in the world?

More like of cool looking creatures but these are surely demonic looking..
So here’s my list, Ill try to be different from the others as much as possible.
Let start. Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko With its piercing red eyes, tiny horns, and sinister smile, the satanic leaf-tailed gecko probably wouldn’t be a good mascot for anything but brimstone … except perhaps mimicry.
The smallest member of the Uroplatus, or leaf-tailed gecko family, Uroplatus phantasticus blends in seamlessly in its Madagascar forest habitat. That didn’t stop it from getting discovered and becoming wildly popular as a pet.
In 2011 National Geographic reported that all Uroplatus species made the World Wildlife Fund‘s 2004 list of “ten species most threatened by the illegal wildlife trade.” Currently, though, the International Union for Conservation of Nature lists the geckos as a species of least concern. Also in 2011, a satanic leaf-tailed gecko had the honor of being the first baby born at the San Diego Zoo that year.
It was assigned a number.That number was not 666.
Read this: Top 10 Scariest Mythological Creatures In The Philippines Long-Horned Beetle The long-horned beetle has a face only a coleopterist could love.
But the coolest thing about this South American beetle isn’t its horny face. Its body is strikingly beautiful, looking more like a remarkable piece of tribal art or wood carving than a living thing.
Unfortunately the long-horned beetle may well be more threatened than threatening: It’s deemed “vulnerable” by the IUCN. Anglerfish Everything about anglerfish is bizarre.
There are more than 200 species—including blackdevils, deep-sea blackdevils, and humpback blackdevils—and some have only been recently documented.
The females attract prey Alfalfa-style, via a lure sticking out of their heads that contains bioluminescent bacteria. As if its big mouth and bacteria-filled flashlight head weren’t enough, the deep-sea angler fish has some weird mating rituals.
The tiny males will latch onto the much larger females with their teeth and eventually fuse into her body until there’s little more to him than his reproductive organs, which she’ll eventually use to fertilize her eggs.
(Also see “Photos: Rare Deep-Sea Anglerfish Recorded.”)You could say they really take this “two become one” thing literally—except that she can support up to six males at a time.
You glow, girl. Check this out: Horrifying Stories Of Animals Eating Their Owners Thorny Devil The thorny devil goes by a few other monikers, including the thorny dragon and mountain devil.
Its Latin name is Moloch horridus, which refers to the ancient god Moloch, who is associated with child sacrifice. But in real life this Australian lizard preys only on ants.
The reptile’s coolest camo trick is its false head: When threatened, it lowers its real head and lets a large scaly bump on its back pass for another head.
That makes thorny devils look as hard to swallow (literally) as when you first see them.
(See a video of the aye aye, also called the “demon primate.“) Read more: 12 Creatures That Prove The Deep Sea Is The Scariest Place On Earth