Intimidating animals

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Here, trained workers swim in the same enclosure as these enormous creatures.

This guy just popped up real quick to say hello to the audience! Moose: You may have never seen a moose in real life, but if you ever do, you’ll immediately realize how intimidating they are.

Plus, it takes more than 10 people just to pick one up! Ostrich: The ostrich is a very interesting creature. Aggressive, large, and protective of their offspring, a polar bear won’t hesitate to make you an afternoon plaything. Saltwater crocodile: These guys are basically the closest thing to dinosaurs that we have on our planet.

Luckily, they’re not found in most parts of the world, but in the places where they are, locals have to be extremely careful not to let one of these scaly Goliaths get too close. Buffalo: “Oh give me a home, where the buffalo roam…” Well, after looking at this picture, you may want to rethink that song lyric a bit.

Twice as strong as us and vicious enough to cause disfiguring injuries chimpanzees have frequently killed humans.

But nature can be a cunning opponent and sometimes it likes to create creatures that take a more subtle approach to the business of killing.They may not be known to attack humans, but their sheer size lets you know that you’d better not get in their way. Sperm whale: While they aren’t the biggest whales in existence, let’s face it: they’re still whales! Lion: Like tigers, lions are another beautiful member of the cat family that are predatory hunters with speed, stealth, and unrelenting force. It takes a brave person to bathe with the king of the jungle. Oarfish: You might not have heard of an oarfish before, but if you saw one, you’d likely never step foot into a body of water again!Seeing this behemoth swimming towards you would be enough to get anyone out of the water. It looks like a huge eel and can move at fast speeds. Polar bear: You probably don’t have a vacation planned to the Arctic Circle any time soon, but if you or someone you know does, warn them of polar bears.Which is just what you’d expect from an animal that can happily take a face full of formic acid just to enjoy a hearty breakfast. We’ve all seen the charts that attempt to show an animal’s size compared to that of an average human, but it’s very hard to truly comprehend an animal’s relative size based on shaded figures.

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