The Most Dangerous Animals As Babies
The small animals look very beautiful and cute but you can’t play with them because they are one of the most dangerous animals walking on this planet. If they weren’t so dangerous it would be nice to own any of them as a pet.
Caimans are possibly the most deadly crocs in the world. The National Geographic says “with one snap of its jaws, [they] can kill almost anything stone dead.”
Vultures do not pose much of a threat to humans, but to their prey, they charge in mobs and their beaks can literally shatter bones.
Hippos are the most dangerous mammal in Africa. They are incredibly aggressive and territorial, and when coupled with their complete unpredictability, hippos are responsible for more human deaths than any other mammal in Africa.
Tigers are not little kitties. Tigers have killed thousands of humans in India over the years. Please don’t pet the tigers.
As one of the few venomous mammals on Earth, a platypus uses venom in the spur of its hind foot to fight and kill their prey.
Deemed one of the most unpredictably dangerous animals on the planet, rhinos will charge at anything they feel remotely threatened by. Their bad eyesight and senses for their surroundings make them even more unpredictable.
Poison Dart Frogs
As beautiful as they are (coming in over 100 variations of vibrant colors and shapes), POISON dart frogs are VERY POISONOUS. They use their colors to ward off potential predators.
Found in sub-Saharan Africa, these lions usually do not target humans, but they have killed dozens. Over a century ago, two lions found their way to a Kenyan camp near the Tzavo River and terrorized and ate 135 residents — supposedly. Other reports claim only 35 people were ingested. Still. They were then deemed “man-eating” lions.
Polar bears are aggressive, curious, and extremely dangerous to humans. A Polar bear should never be approached and if one is spotted, it is best to retreat slowly on foot, preferably to indoors, or move away in a vehicle.
Almost all pufferfish have tetrodotoxin, a substance that’s 1,200 times more poisonous than cyanide. And don’t be fooled by their tiny size: there is enough toxin in one fish to kill about 30 adult humans.
In the world of snakes, Boomslangs don’t look terribly threatening. But if one did attack you, even small doses of their venom will cause hemorrhages, eventually killing you.
Leopards are carnivores – they eat meat. And people are meat. So a hungry leopard will consider attacking a person for food.
With darts that pierce toxins through the skin and into the blood, eventually stopping its victim’s heart, box jellyfish attacks are known as “the most explosive envenomation process that is presently known to humans.”
With its sleek physique and sharp lines, blacktips are one of the fastest predators in the ocean.
Hyenas have pretty horrible reputations — and all warranted. These mangy scavengers are capable of attacking (and have attacked) mammals of all kind. And yes, humans included.
I hope these little predators won’t be that dangerous when they group up, because they look really cute when they are small.