Intimidating animals

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Get ready for some shocking images that might make you rethink why humans are at the top of the food chain! Tiger: A lot of us love cats: they’re small and, for the most part, friendly. Manta ray: Some people love going to the beach to swim, but others have a fear of the deep blue sea.

But if you take a look at some of their predatory cousins, like tigers, you know just how enormous the cat family can get. All sorts of strange creatures can be found lurking below the surface of the water, and this manta ray is one of them! Tiger sharks: Sharks are definitely the dominant species of the ocean.

For all the lofty associations - ballet, literature, the Queen - the swan is actually one of the most volatile and dangerous birds about.

As recently as 2012, a man was kayaking along a pond in Chicago when one knocked him out of his boat and then prevented him from swimming to safety. Although 'death by swan' is an extremely rare way to go, low level attacks are common, such as the case of notorious Cambridge swan "Mr.

“The Boston Baboons” would be so much more intimidating that the “Boston Red Sox” The other team will spend so long looking at these things that they’ll forget about the game.

They could laugh menacingly every time they take the lead.

All of a pride’s lionesses are related, and female cubs typically stay with the group as they age.

Young males eventually leave and establish their own prides by taking over a group headed by another male. Males defend the pride’s territory, which may include some 100 square miles (259 square kilometers) of grasslands, scrub, or open woodlands.

Stashing its venom in its elbows, the usually placid loris is capable of getting annoyed, mixing the toxin with its saliva and then administering it to you via its teeth - a combination that can cause death by anaphylactic shock.These intimidating animals mark the area with urine, roar menacingly to warn intruders, and chase off animals that encroach on their turf. They often work together to prey upon antelopes, zebras, wildebeest, and other large animals of the open grasslands.Many of these animals are faster than lions, so teamwork pays off.If you’re not careful, you may just end up running into one of these grizzly fellows. Hippopotamus: When you think of the most dangerous animal in the world, not much thought is ever given to the hippo.But they are, in fact, extremely territorial and will do whatever it takes to ward off a threat. Japanese spider crab: If you like seafood, you’ve probably ordered crab legs before.

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