11 Worst Awful Ways to Die by Animals
Drowning and Dismembering
Saltwater crocodiles have one of the most powerful bite forces. They wait for prey then they strike without warning. Not only that they preform the “death roll.” The death roll is used to drown their prey then dismember them. Just imagine being bitten, dragged, drowned, dismembered, and eaten by them. Among large predatory animals, crocodiles are the ones that kill the greatest number of people every year. They are often said to be among the few animals that still see humans as perfectly suitable prey. To deal with large prey, crocodiles use the “death roll”. Called by some “the most powerful killing mechanism” of any animal, it consists of the crocodile holding its prey with its jaws (usually by the neck or a limb), dragging it to the water and spinning its entire body; this is usually enough to dismember the unfortunate victim. They can do this on dry land as well. The scariest part is that the crocodile really doesn’t care if the prey is alive or dead when it starts feeding. it is really trying to tear the prey into smaller, easier to swallow pieces. Many humans lucky enough to escape a crocodile attack, have lost entire limbs to this devastating feeding method. But most victims die of blood loss, shock or simply drown before they have a chance to escape.