These Baby Animals May Be Adorable Now, But Soon They’ll Be Deadly.

You might not think these animals look threatening. In fact, the little guys are huggable! They”re just little babies; what can they do? Look at how cuddly and cute they are! You may want to take some home to your family as pets. Of course, that would be a bad idea.

Each of these adorable faces will soon grow up to be some of the animal kingdom”s deadliest predators. It”s pretty hard to believe when you look into their sweet eyes, but they”ll be capable of so much more than cuddling in no time.

1. Hyena


Seriously, who would second guess this face? Well, you should, because they have a history of attacking sleeping humans.

2. Wild Boar

Wild Boar

These precious porkers mature into hyper-defensive wildlings. When they feel threatened, they will aggressively attack with their ultra-sharp tusks and actual hard headedness.

3. Bengal Tiger

Bengal Tiger

This little cat looks cuddly now, but it will soon feature a fierce set of sharp canines that can reach as long as 10 cm.

4. Polar Bear

Polar Bear

They may look chill in the seasonal Coca-cola commercial, but they grow up to be classified as “the most carnivorous member of the bear family.” So, of all the scary bears, these are the scariest.

5. Leopard


Those snuggly spots get less huggable when they grow into the solitary, speedy, nocturnal tree-climbing killers.

6. Lion


As cubs, they”re still working on their roar. When they find it, their ferocious teeth aren”t even the most terrifying factor. They prefer to strangle their prey.

7. Gray Wolf

Gray Wolf

Also known as the timber wolf, you might want to take one home as your new puppy when you see them here. But when they get bigger, their powerful jaws have a crushing pressure of about 1,500 psi.

8. Elephant


Before they reach their possible 16,538 lb weight, the babes seem positively petite at only around 200-260 lbs.

9. Hippopotamus


The notoriously ill-tempered African animals are cute as baby calves. However, when they grow up, their yawns are less precious and more predatory.

10. Rhinoceros


Before they develop their impressive horns, they wobble around the desert like goofy toddlers. Unfortunately, once they do grow up, they”re more in danger from poachers than we are of them.

Humans are at the top of the rhinoceros”s deadliest animal list. Humans may start out adorable like these cute animals, but there are some who grow up to be more savage than you can imagine. How could someone be horrible to a sweet rhino?