The Most Horrifying Bugs That Live Around Us!

No matter how hard we try, we cannot escape these hideous bugs when they come to visit our homes. They're terrifying yes, but we cannot exterminate them as they keep the balance in this world we live in. Just keep your fingers crossed that you will not meet them anytime soon!

The parasitic larvae of Botflies in human or animal skin and will painfully crawl out.

Extremely aggressive and fearless Japanese Giant Hornets can grow to be 2 inches long.

Killer bees Africanized Honey Bee is a crossbreed of European honey bees and African honey bees.

They are extremely aggressive so be careful

The Bullet Ants bite is so painful and lasts for 24 hours.

The Assassin Bugs attack other insects quickly by stabbing them with their sharp beaks and injecting enzymes into the prey.

Jewel Wasps feeds on cockroaches by injecting venom into their heads and paralyzing them.

The tree crickets Cicadas can produce sounds up to 120 decibels louder than a concert.

Stink Bugs may not bother humans but they will make you smell even if you smash one.

The cute Saddleback Caterpillars are venomous and their sting can feel like an electric shock.

Cockroaches carry 6 kinds of parasites, 33 types of bacteria, and 7 pathogens.

Japanese Mountain Leeches can hunt you on land or drop down from trees.

House Centipedes are harmless yet disgusting and you can find them everywhere in the house.

The Huntsman Spider does not use a web to catch its prey. It chases down its food with its unreasonably huge legs.

Joro Spiders are scary and poisonous with a bite similar to that of a black widow spider.

Giant Wetas are one of the largest and heaviest bug in the world.

Giant Orb-Weaving Spiders are terrifying and poisonous. Some are SO BIG, they can hunt and kill a snake or a bird for a snack.

The hamster-sized Giant Katydids are not harmful to humans but they can make you cringe.

Dobsonflies can grow up to 5 inches long but only the females can bite you and even draw blood.

Titan Beetles grow to around 7 inches long and their pincers can snap a pencil in half. If you bother it, the world’s largest beetle will attack you.

The Brahmin Caterpillar will haunt your dreams but they can’t harm you.

The fuzzball Puss Caterpillars are quite venomous. If you touch one you will experience intense throbbing pain that develops within 5 minutes of contact.

Giant Silkworm Moth Caterpillars are responsible for several deaths a year as the tiny, fragile hairs it is covered with are full of potent toxins.