6 Cute Animals Whom You Better Stay Away From
Beaver, with its impressive incisors, which it uses to deftly and quickly cut strong trunks of trees, can cause significant and even fatal wounds to man. Considering the height of the animal, it will bite the legs, where lie arteries that beaver can easily cut. Affection to this animal multiplied by the ignorance of the danger posed by it could cost lives. And, considering the fact of evolutionary struggle with the man for beaver’s habitat, in the protection of its territory this animal can show aggression, rare to its kind.
Racoon, funny kind of small mammal with dearest muzzle, is quite fierce and ferocious forest predator. Attacking like a bear, this forest cutie can cause serious injury with its razor-sharp teeth and claws. And considering the fact that raccoons move in flocks, it is not difficult to conclude the result of such an encounter.
A fox in the forest may cause your genuine delight, but do not rush to pet its fluffy red tail. A fox may not only inflict significant injury with its sharp teeth and powerful jaws, but also it is a top forest peddler of rabies.
Deer is a graceful animal, unlike dangerously tall moose it causes only one association - Cutie Bambi! Yet even if you met a young deer with small antlers, its hit with hooves is no less dangerous than being raised on the horns. Multiple fractures are the least what threaten a man at encounter with this noble animal.
Squirrels’ attention is easy to attract with food, and feeding them is a pleasure, however this can be done in the city park where generations of these cute animals got accustomed to people. But if you meet a wild squirrel in the forest, you should better stay away. Squirrels also are carriers of rabies. You may easily catch the animal in the forest, but letting it go without bites and scratches can be difficult.
Many citizens, who spent their childhood summer holidays in the village with grandmother, might remember how unpleasant the attack of domestic goose is; it deftly and painfully bites the heels with a beak. Yet greater aggressiveness can be shown by a wild bird, which grew up in the natural habitat. Apart from not the most pleasant cuts on the skin, after a meeting with the wild goose, you can get a concussion of the brain and even fractures.