The Most Dangerous Creatures in the UK: Climate Change

The Most Dangerous Creatures in the UK: Climate Change

Dangerous creatures in the UK are finding it better to live here due to the bursts of heat across the UK. However, more and more animals from other countries are now finding the UK as a great new place to live as the weather continues to be more suited for these animals. It’s bad enough having to deal with swarming midges’ never mind having to deal with mosquitos as well.

 

Mosquitos are one of the most dangerous creatures in the UK

 

With temperatures soaring in the UK after the number of rainfall the mosquito is finding the environment tolerable to live in. mosquitos do not only leave an irritating insect bite but in some cases, they can leave you with a life-threatening disease. Mosquitos can sometimes carry a virus known as malaria and with climate change, could be making its way into the UK more and more. Symptoms of malaria can take from around 2 weeks up to a year to develop these symptoms include aching muscles, fevers, nausea and lack of appetite as well as many more dreadful symptoms.

 

Dangerous snakes in the UK

adder snake deadly creatures in the uk

There are many more deadly animals living in the UK. These include snakes such as the Adder snake, the Adder snake is a venomous snake and although are not aggressive they can leave you with a nasty bite. No one has died from an adder bite for over 20 years and with the right treatment, you could just be dealing with symptoms such as nausea, swelling and dizziness. These snakes are usually found in the woodland areas.

 

Dangerous spiders in the UK

dangerous creatures in the uk spider

The weather across the UK has set many fears that spiders such as the false black widow could be making their way into homes. Due to temperatures soaring in the UK and the rainfall, these spiders have found it as being perfect conditions for them. This species arrived 140 years ago from the Canary Islands and settled in places such as Devon and Cornwall. They are one of the few species that are known to bite humans, however, due to temperatures becoming higher across the UK this species was able to make its way across different parts.