These fierce predators live at the expense of others. It’s either they kill or starve. They do it strictly for survival purposes, nothing personal.
Fear not. This is just a cat. Let me explain. The African Lion is considered as the second largest cat after the tiger. It is now considered as endangered species, and a small population exists in South Africa, some parts of Asia and Northwest India. This breed of lions have superb eyesight, excellent hearing and fast reflexes. It predominantly feeds on a canine diet, meaning, if you happen to come across an African Lion territory, the idiom “piece of meat” will no longer be an idiom for you, but an alarming reality. The African Lion doesn’t need fire or cooking utensils to eat you. He likes to eat raw flesh.
The Polar Bear
Sure this creature’s cute, there’s no argument about that. The polar bear lives on cool habitats. If you happen to see one, make sure you take a picture. Isn’t it fun to finally take home a photo of a cuddly polar bear you saw in person? And it’ll be more fun if you let your ten year old kid sit beside this amazing creature while you say “cheese” and click the camera, right? Wrong. When the polar bear’s mouth is dipped in blood, and the flesh of a fellow mammal is between his teeth, he’s not worth taking a picture anymore, especially if you’re the next victim on the run.
The Great White Shark
This shark has the fancy name of Carcharodon Carcharias, which makes it even more scary to the ears. It is very huge in size, exceptional in fact, and can be found in most major oceans in the world! In theory, it can swallow an entire human being because a white shark is typically 6 meters long. However, various studies of previous shark attacks reveal that the Great White Sharks seldom target human beings as prey. In fact, they are known to interact intelligently with humans! This might be good news for those interested in befriending a Great White Shark. But if you ask me, I won’t risk it.
The Most Dangerous Predator In The World
The world’s fiercest predator has four limbs, two eyes, two ears, a nose, and a mouth. It also stands on its two legs and can utter words. Yes, you guessed it, the human being is the world’s most dangerous predator! Humans may seem friendly at work and in the gym, but if you count all the fishes, chickens, cows, sheep, birds, and other animals killed by humans each year, you’ll notice that no other predator on earth can match our statistics when it comes to prey collecting. Who says the lion is the king of the jungle? We are!