130 death deer god!
Deer plural is deer. Not deers.
After sharks should be marijuana with 0 deaths…ever
O Deaths / Year
lightning does not even come close to killing 10,000 people a year. I don’t even think it is 100 people a year.
Actually, there are 16/year for sharks.
Shark Deaths are not very common….As of 2010, the ISAF recorded a total of 2,320 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide since 1580, with 447 attacks being fatal
In 2005 and 2006 number decreased to 61 and 62 respectively, while the number of fatalities dropped to only four per year. Of these attacks, the majority occurred in the United States (53 in 2000, 40 in 2005, and 39 in 2006). The New York Times reported in July 2008 that there had been only one fatal attack in the previous year. On average, there are 16 shark attacks per year in the United States with one fatality every two years.
According to Holle (Royal Aeronautical Society, 2003), there are some 24,000 lightning deaths and 240,000 injuries annually worldwide.
To bad the football team in the americain football picture is actually apart of the the CFL canadian football league
Winnipeg BLue bombers
someone should make one about legal things that are more dangerous than marijuana
150 deaths/year by coconuts
…which is an internet myth.
These figures are completely made up. I mean to a ridiculous degree. Hippos do not kill nearly 3,000 people every year. They kill around 300+ people (still a lot).
Lightning, figures on average are about 10,000 people die.
Between 1991 and 2006, there were 4 fatalities from actually playing the game of american football, although in 2006 16 players died from associated dangers such as heat exhaustion and health conditions.
I find no evidence to back up 100 stalactite deaths a year.
Deer are actually underestimated – about 200 people die every year from collisions with deer while driving.
this is a crock of shit
The Truth, shut up.
can i just say though, that the PERCENTAGE of people who die after a run-in with a shark, is waaay higher than people who have a run in with a deer. like if you see a shark swimming toward you, your number is up. but if you see a bunch of ants or a vending machine, it’s pretty unlikely that you’re going to die
also: deer is done twice in this.
This is garbage in so many ways. I laughed so hard when the author wrote the word “Deers”, lol. Do they graze in the same field as all the sheeps and mouses?
I’d like to see stats for almost every picture on this list, because they all seem to be totally pulled from nowhere.
Giant pet pythons = 0.3 deaths per year
Politician’s response= try to pass a law to ban boas and pythons, even the types that only get five feet long.
I hear of at least 2 or 3 deaths each year where someone was either talking or texting on their phone while driving. I have never personally heard of anyone I knew dying at the hand of lightening. So how is it that the lightening number is so much higher?
Anyone else think that hotdog looks delicious?
this is total fucking bullshit!!!
THC: 0 Deaths/Year
Then again, sharks don’t have the advantage of being where we are, 100% of the time….
Much of this is subjective as well. For instance – how many people on this world sleep in beds? How many people regularly use a phone while driving?
Now, in comparison, how many people regularly swim in an area where they will be attacked by a shark
Really, you can’t liken an semi-random incident such as a shark attack with a small sample size to a not-so-semi-random incident like texting while driving (completely preventative) that has an enormous sample size.
To sum this collage up, you could have said “There are far fewer deaths caused by shark attacks, lightning, and pissed off ‘deers’ than there are deaths caused by people being idiots such as trying to stick your dick into a soda machine.”
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