Average Annual Death Toll: 100
As elephants get squeezed into smaller and smaller spaces by humans, they will often wander into human places just for survival and when villagers chase them from their field's watering holes, the scared and thirsty gentle giants scour the city. In a situation where an elephant is frightened and frantic, anything that moves is considered a threat.
Elephants need a large space to roam, with lots of vegetation and abundant water supplies to help them digest all that roughage. When their space gets taken over, elephants are happy to adjust to eating human foods, but this quickly becomes troublesome when they enter villages and inadvertently destroy homes and kill civilians because they smell good cooking.