Nature World News has a long list of animals you might want to avoid -- lest they sting, electrocute, or fatally bite you. This is just a sampling.
From sneezing monkeys, super-small snails, to snakes, 'ninja' sharks, soul-sucking wasps and ancient, armored sea scorpions, 2015 has been a year full of new species. In case you missed the animals recently found hidden among some of the most diverse habitats, Nature World News has a recap for you.
Some butterflies have developed a toxic chemical that makes them poisonous to some birds. However, birds recognize which butterflies are lethal and avoid eating them. Since not all butterflies are equipped with such predatory defenses, they mimic their lethal counterparts and trick birds into thinking they are poisonous too.
Toxins from algal blooms in the Chesapeake Bay may affect human and marine species' health.