Was just reading the list of UK's most deadly animals, and if we are going to be honest about it, we don't really have any. It appears that the factor that determines if a geographical area will have deadly animals is the temperature. With the hotter climates having many more deadly animals. So from this I have two question: 1. Why does climate have this effect? 2. Are humans also more likely to kill if they live in hotter climates? If so what is the link, if any?