World's Most Dangerous (And Deadliest) Mammals 

Moose, also called the prince of the wild, attack people less severely than bears, although  

they do so more frequently than bears—roughly 5–10 times year 

Their encounters with cars are what make them so deadly, even if they may be violent when provoked 

. Particularly in areas of Canada, Alaska, and New England, moose accidents are more common during  

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Considering that horses are regarded as cherished family members, we rarely perceive them to be harmful 

But equestrian-related incidents involving horses claim the lives of over 100 Americans each year 

Wolves inhabit Europe, North America, the Middle East, and portions of Asia, with over thirty subspecies 

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