Most Dangerous Dog Breeds: Pit Bulls
Pitbulls were responsible for more than 22 deaths in the United States in the last year. A 1991 study showed that more than 94% of attacks on children by Pitbulls came unprovoked.
Most Dangerous City: San Pedro Sula, Honduras
According to reports published in 2013, the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula had 187 homicides per every 100,000 residents. Known as the ¨murder capital of the world,¨ some of the leading causes of death in the city are drug trafficking, illegal firearms and the deportation of Los Angeles gangs from the 90s.
Most Dangerous Geographic Location: Java & Sumatra, Indonesia
Java & Sumatra in Indonesia is often fraught with natural disasters such as flood, droughts, earthquakes, landslides, volcanoes and tsunamis. Back in 2004, a tsunami was responsible for the deaths of over 227,000 residents following a 9.1 magnitude earthquake.