Probably. Look at the history of mankind; it's all conquest in the name of personal glory. This primal nature, as a driving factor in human existence, coupled with emerging technological advances seems to be a one-two knockout combination for humans. It's doubtful that we can collectively as a species evolve intellectually to benefit our survival.
Of course not! They get products or pleasure out of it, sometimes both!
Mostly humans, although octopus are also known to kill whales.
insects and protozoa are likely to do ok
Tornadoes can damage or destroy people's property and can kill or injure the people themselves.
Unlike humans, animals do not have suicidal tendencies and, although Afghan hounds may get themselves accidentally killed, they will not do so intentionally.
There are many elephants that are smarter than some humans, also, although humans are the smartest species on this planet, we are the only species that kill our own kind for sport. All animals kill for food and to protect themselves from predators, but they never kill off their own kind.
Haha, not likely. Unless they felt the need to defend themselves and pecked the right spot.
No, they can't kill humans.
Humans kill beavers for their fur.
There is not an animal that humans don't kill!!!!!!!!
yes narwhals do kill humans they kill humans because they think humans are a threat they kill them by stabbing there horn through them. Man I sure love having the education of a Mexican.
No most likely we will kill all animals when we have a nuclear war. Humans don't care about anyone but themselves. :(