Most animal specie’s younglings are small and cute, even the ones that grow up to become dangerous killers! Don’t be fooled by their cuteness, these baby animals are dangerous and watch out for their parents!
Humans are generally not on the African Lion hit-list, but some of them have been known to seek out human preys actively.
Sitting at the top of its food chain the crocodile uses a technique called the “death roll” to kill its prey, where it relentlessly flips its prey over and over in the water until it drowns.
While the Hyena may be wary of humans during the day, when the sun sets things change dramatically and this predator can be extremely dangerous.
Considered one of the most poisonous vertebrates in the world, it is a delicacy in Japan. Puffer fish will, however, paralyze your diaphragm and stop your breathing if stepped on or it is not prepared correctly before eating.
The Polar bear has no natural predators and will eat anything, including other polar bears! They generally don’t kill humans; but it might be because there aren’t a lot of them around to kill.
When animals are wounded they usually run away to hide but not leopards! When these dangerous predators are hurt they become even more dangerous. Plus they are fast and strong.
Grizzly Bears are short tempered and get angry easily and quickly. They are very protective and will become violent if something seems to threaten them or their cubs, food or home.
Rhinos have terrible eyesight and they are easily startled, once you are in their sights though, it can be hard to make an escape (unless you can run faster than 40 mph!).
While Tigers will not attack people unless provoked or hungry, clashes are very common. Tigers are immensely strong and deadly predators and must be treated with the respect they deserve.
Wolves travel in packs and if they are hungry enough and food is scarce or if the animals were startled or frightened, they might attack a lone person.