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Ten Most Dangerous Selfies Ever Captured.

According to a recent report, over 250 people have died as a result of taking selfies in the last six years. According to study, drowning was the leading cause of death among the 259 people who died as a result of a failed selfie. People taking selfies in front of oncoming trains was the second reason. Falling from great heights, wild animals, weapons, and electrocution were among the others.

1. Daredevil Wu Yongning

Wu Yongning is a stuntman who is known for climbing skyscrapers without using protective equipment. He'd film himself suspended by his fingertips from a roof. He's regarded as one of the largest skyscrapers. Wu Yongning, who was 26 at the time, had more than 60,000 followers on the Chinese social media platform Weibo. Unfortunately, one of his stunts resulted in his death when he fell from a 62-story house.

2. In Dubai, a Russian model gets the perfect shot.

With his friends, photographer Alexander Remnev has formed a risky habit. They tour the globe in search of the tallest and most terrifying skyscrapers to scale. He and his buddies haven't gotten into too much trouble with the cops so far, and no one has died.

3. Skywalking in China by Alexander Remnev

With his friends, photographer Alexander Remnev has formed a risky habit. They tour the globe in search of the tallest and most terrifying skyscrapers to scale. He and his buddies haven't gotten into too much trouble with the cops so far, and no one has died.

4. Daniel Lau scales a cliff for the terrifying shot

Daniel Lau is another urban daredevil whose hobbies include taking selfies from the tops of some of the world's tallest buildings. Several photos of his stunts to get the perfect shot can be found on his Instagram account.

5. Selfie with an active volcano

George Kourounis, a well-known explorer and Canadian host, records extreme weather events, earning him the moniker "Storm Chaser." By posing next to a boiling lava lake inside the Ambrym volcano in Vanuatu, Kourounis brings photo daring to a whole new stage.

6. Selfie in the middle of a pilot war

Consider taking a selfie just seconds before firing an air-to-air rocket. Since it was filmed by a GoPro in the cockpit rather than by hand, it is frightening if he loses concentration. Thomas Kristensen, the pilot in the picture, is said to be a veteran pilot who has performed missions over Afghanistan, Libya, and the former Yugoslavia.

7. The jellyfish selfie

In Ras Umm Sid, Egypt, underwater photographer Cinzia Bismarck Osele is surrounded by jellyfish. She seems to be fearless, and she doesn't seem too worried about the jellyfish, which can sting and even kill people in some situations.

8. Take a selfie with Jesus

Photographer and traveler Lee Thompson was invited by the Brazilian tourism board to climb the famous Christ the Redeemer statue while in Brazil preparing for the World Cup, and he agreed. This selfie could have gone horribly wrong.

9. Selfie with a bear

In the United States, there has been a spike in the number of people posing with bears and other wild animals. The US Forest Service had to give a warning to travelers, telling them to keep their distance. This is clearly dangerous conduct that could result in a fatal collision.

10. Shot for the photo

Instead of running with bulls, try taking a selfie in front of one. The unknown runner risked his life to get this shot, but hey, he got it. According to reports, after this incident, police launched a manhunt for him because it is illegal for participants to take pictures while on the run.

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