Highly venomous ocean snakes with potent toxins, but human fatalities are rare due to their non-aggressive nature.
Pufferfish are highly toxic, with a potent poison that can kill an adult human within seconds.
The blue-ringed octopus is a highly venomous marine creature that can cause paralysis and death within minutes.
The reef stonefish is a highly venomous fish with sharp spines that can cause excruciating pain and severe injuries.
Great white sharks are large mackerel sharks found in oceans, with females reaching up to 6.1m.
Box jellyfish, particularly sea wasps, are extremely venomous and considered the most dangerous jellyfish, causing numerous deaths worldwide.
Lionfish are venomous and have showy pectoral fins. They inhabit warm marine waters and are nocturnal hunters.
Tiger sharks are large, solitary predators with a wide diet, including other sharks, known for their striped appearance.