More than 2.5 million deaths occur in the US every year.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention numbers:
These numbers do not include unborn babies who miscarry or are aborted.
Of the 2,400,000-plus Americans who die each year, over 45,000 are killed in transport accidents. The number of homicides, poisonings, and drunk driving fatalities are roughly the same, at around 17,000 each. Perhaps more surprisingly, a stunning 178,000 Americans die from medical or hospital error every year.
3000 people die by scorpions every year.
500 people die by hippos every year.
200 people die by buffalos every year.
125 people die by tigers every year.
100 people die by lions every year.
100 people die by bears every year.
53 people die by centipedes every year.
30 people die by ants every year.
14 people die by cougars every year.
10 people die by wolves every year.
35 people die by jellyfishes every year.
23 people die by leopards every year.