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States Where You’re Most Likely to be Killed by an Animal or a Bug

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50. Vermont
> Fatal attacks (2000-2022): 0 (tie)
> Population (2020): 622,882
> Odds of being killed by an animal: 0

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49. North Dakota
> Fatal attacks (2000-2022): 0 (tie)
> Population (2020): 774,008
> Odds of being killed by an animal: 0

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48. New Hampshire
> Fatal attacks (2000-2022): 0 (tie)
> Population (2020): 1,378,449
> Odds of being killed by an animal: 0

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47. Rhode Island
> Fatal attacks (2000-2022): 1
> Population (2020): 1,062,583
> Odds of being killed by an animal: 1 in 1,062,583

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46. Delaware
> Fatal attacks (2000-2022): 2
> Population (2020): 998,619
> Odds of being killed by an animal: 1 in 499,310

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