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The most dangerous animal in Alabama is a Rattlesnake, for sure. There are lots of different species of Rattlesnake, and they're everywhere from the woods and swamps to your very own doorstep.


The Coosa River is, without a doubt, one of Alabama's most beautiful rivers. However, it's also one of the state's most dangerous. Sure, this river may seem calm at first, but once the rapids become wild, you had better hold on. If you're a fan of whitewater rafting or kayaking, this is the perfect river for you.


According to statistics, Bessemer, which is located south of Birmingham, is the most dangerous city in Alabama. Its violent crime rate is a whopping six times more than the national average. In 2013, the city of Bessemer experienced 527 violent crimes. During this time, residents had a 1 in 50 chance of being attacked, raped or murdered.


1. Cottonmouth Snake Cottonmouth snakes are super dangerous because it only takes 11 bites for them to kill you. This species usually hang around swamps, marshes, lakes, and basically everywhere that’s fresh water. 2. Black Widow The black widow m...


The U.S. state of Alabama is home to these known indigenous mammal species. Historically, the state's indigenous species included one armadillo species, sixteen bat species, thirteen carnivore species, six insectivore species, one opossum species, four rabbit species, twenty-two rodent species, and three ungulate species. Four of these native species have become extirpated within the state ...


The public livestock auction scheduled for Saturday will hold bids for dozens of animals, including two of Hajos' cassowaries, which are considered to be the "world's most dangerous bird."




Although people must be able to recognize a poisonous plant or venomous animal in order to avoid suffering unwary contact, the book reassures the reader that Alabama’s flora and fauna gives us little cause to worry on a relative scale. The information provided increases our understanding of and admiration for these species and their environments.


Citation. Alabama Code Sec. 3-1-3. Definition. No statutory definition. Highlights. A person who keeps a dangerous or vicious animal of any kind, and through his negligent management of the animal allows it to break free, is liable to any person damaged personally or in his property as a result.


Finally, we ranked every city on the “Dangerous Index” with the lowest index being the most dangerous in Alabama — Bessemer. Read on for a detailed look at the 10 most dangerous cities in Alabama. Locking It All Up In Alabama. The latest FBI crime data shows that Bessemer ranks as the most dangerous city in Alabama for 2019.