filmfoto/ Ralph A. Clevenger/Fuse/ThinkStock PaulGrecaud/ThinkStock /Eugenio Hansen/ commons.wikimedia.org /Flo Perry 1. Cheetahs or falling out of bed? Image: michaeljung / ThinkStock Correct Incorrect michaeljung / ThinkStock Image: sophiek_robertson / ThinkStock Correct Incorrect sophiek_robertson / ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Falling out of bed Falling out of bed kills nearly 600 Americans per year. Cheetah attacks are very rare and mainly happen in captivity, with only one death reported in recent years. 2. Rollercoasters or baboons? Image: Digital Vision / ThinkStock Correct Incorrect Digital Vision / ThinkStock Image: kapyos / ThinkStock Correct Incorrect kapyos / ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Rollercoasters! Around four people per year die from rollercoaster accidents. Meanwhile, baboon-related deaths are very rare, with less than one person dying from baboon attacks per year. 3. Lightning or icicles? Image: sezer66 / Think Stock Correct Incorrect sezer66 / Think Stock Image: Balazs Kovacs / ThinkStock Correct Incorrect Balazs Kovacs / ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Icicles Icicles kill 100 people a year in Russia alone, while only 51 people per year die worldwide from lightning world wide. 4. Accidental poisoning or falling over? Image: filmfoto / ThinkStock Correct Incorrect filmfoto / ThinkStock Image: ginosphotos / ThinkStock Correct Incorrect ginosphotos / ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Accidental poisoning Out of every 100,000 deaths, 8.8 occur from falling over, while 11.6 occur from accidental poisoning. Be careful out there! 5. Anacondas or moose? Image: Dave Lonsdale/ commons.wikimedia.org Correct Incorrect Dave Lonsdale/ commons.wikimedia.org Image: Kyslynskyy /ThinkStock Correct Incorrect Kyslynskyy /ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Moose Moose don't tend to go around attacking people, but they do cause a lot of car accidents. In 2007, six deaths were caused by moose car accidents in Alaska alone. Anaconda attacks on humans, meanwhile, are very rare. 6. Elephants or rhinos? Image: lara_zanarini /ThinkStock Correct Incorrect lara_zanarini /ThinkStock Image: AndChisPhoto/ ThinkStock Correct Incorrect AndChisPhoto/ ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Elephant African elephants kill more than 500 people a year, while rhino attacks are rare and seldom fatal. 7. Sharks or snakes? Image: Whitepointer/ ThinkStock Correct Incorrect Whitepointer/ ThinkStock Image: KristianBell/ThinkStock Correct Incorrect KristianBell/ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Snakes Snakes kill 20,000 people each year, while sharks only manage an average of 4.2. 8. Volcanoes or vending machines? Image: bryanregan /ThinkStock Correct Incorrect bryanregan /ThinkStock Image: CoreyFord /Think Stock Correct Incorrect CoreyFord /Think Stock Correct! Wrong! Volcanoes Obviously volcanoes. Vending machines only kill about 2 people a year, while on average volcanoes kill 200 per year. 9. Dogs or gorillas? Image: Petr Sterba/ThinkStock Correct Incorrect Petr Sterba/ThinkStock Image: MikeLane45/ThinkStock Correct Incorrect MikeLane45/ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Dogs Dog bites kill 35 people per year in the US alone, while gorillas don't tend to kill humans. Most gorilla attacks involve captive gorillas, and there are no reports of deaths in recent years. 10. Lions or box jellyfish? Image: Ralph A. Clevenger/Fuse/ThinkStock Correct Incorrect Ralph A. Clevenger/Fuse/ThinkStock Image: Mithril/ en.wikipedia.org Correct Incorrect Mithril/ en.wikipedia.org Correct! Wrong! Lions Both animals are pretty deadly but lions kill around 60 people per year in Tanzania alone. Whereas on average box jellyfish are responsible for 30 deaths annually. 11. Loom bands or coconuts? Image: pixabay.com / Creative Commons Correct Incorrect pixabay.com / Creative Commons Image: Ullver/ ThinkStock Correct Incorrect Ullver/ ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Coconuts As far as we know loom bands have never killed anyone, while falling coconuts kill 150 per year. 12. Hot taps or American crocodiles? Image: BackyardProduction /ThinkStock Correct Incorrect BackyardProduction /ThinkStock Image: Tomás Castelazo/ en.wikipedia.org Correct Incorrect Tomás Castelazo/ en.wikipedia.org Correct! Wrong! Hot taps In the US around 100 deaths per year are caused by scalding from hot taps, while the American crocodile kills less than two humans per year, on average. 13. Jerking off or cows? Image: Jeremykemp / es.wikipedia.org /Creative Commons Correct Incorrect Jeremykemp / es.wikipedia.org /Creative Commons Image: PaulGrecaud/ThinkStock Correct Incorrect PaulGrecaud/ThinkStock Correct! Wrong! Jerking off Well, actually autoerotic asphyxiation, which means the act of limiting one's oxygen supply to have a more intense sexual experience. Sadly this goes wrong a lot, claiming as many as 1000 lives each year in the US alone, whereas cows only kill about 20 Americans a year.