Which among the following bites fastest in the world?
Option 1 is the right answer.
Panamanian termites have the fastest draw not only in the West, but in the whole world: They can clamp their jaws down on an invader at nearly 157 mph (70 meters per second), killing their enemy with a single blow.
The Panamanian termite’s chomp-down is the fastest “mandible strike” recorded. The termites have to employ such a speedy strike to defend themselves, because their small size makes it harder to generate enough force to inflict damage on a foe.