You might think these animals are cute but they're amongst the deadliest on Earth
- Although animals of all sizes and shapes can appear cute, many are dangerous.
- The hippopotamus is considered the most lethal mammal on Earth.
- Insider compiled a list of 10 adorable but monstrous animals.
Dolphins may seem friendly, but don't let their smiles deceive you.
It's true researchers found several instances where dolphins gifted locals in AustraliaFish or octopuses, and how they worked side by side Brazilian fishermen. But dolphins are also known for their ability to try to drownOr forcibly copulate with humans.
Slow lorises may look cuddly and adorable, but they mimic cobra snakes — and have venom and a bite that can cause anaphylactic shock or even death in humans.
As climate change continues to threaten polar bear habitatsThese furry creatures have made their way into populated human areas. They are deadly and have been known to attack humans. increased in recent years.
According to the, bear spray, carrying a gun or getting naked to distract yourself from polar bears are the best ways to protect yourself if you do run into one. New York Post.
Pandas may put on a facade of being somewhat endearing, peaceful, and lazy, but humans shouldn't get too close. They're slow, but their claws and teeth are powerful.
Moose can growUp to 5 to 6.5 feet tall at the shoulders and up to 1,800 lbs.
"Moose are not normally aggressive; however, they can become aggressive when they are harassed by people, dogs, and traffic, or when hungry and tired, especially in winter when they must walk through deep snow," according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
While it may seem like a great photo opp, a kangaroo is actually quite a fascinating animal. increasingly violent and aggressive with touristsIt’s impossible to be too close in Australia.
Growing between 5 to 12 inches longHedgehogs look cute with their 1 to 2-inch tails. However, hedgehogs can grow their quills if they are threatened or scared. The creatures are capableAlthough they can bite humans and carry parasites in their quillss, some people choose to keep them as pets.
There are two groups of mantis shrimp — spearers and smashers, which describe how they attack their prey.
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