Domesticated animals, our pets, bring so much joy to our lives. But even the most dangerous predators in the world can make us go “AWWWWW” from time to time (especially when they are babies) and put a smile on our face.

Sharks, big cats and other carnivores are known for their ruthless nature and their viciousness. However, as babies, they were just as adorable an innocent as a fuzzball kitten.

1.) Pufferfish are filled with tetrodotoxin, a powerful venom that can kill an adult human.

1.) Pufferfish are filled with tetrodotoxin, a powerful venom that can kill an adult human.

As babies, they’re just powerfully adorable.

As babies, they're just powerfully adorable.

2.) Hippos are the most dangerous animals in Africa, responsible for the most human deaths.

2.) Hippos are the most dangerous animals in Africa, responsible for the most human deaths.

As babies, they’re just so huggable.

As babies, they're just so huggable.

3.) Platypuses are a venomous mammal, one of the only ones on E4.arth.

3.) Platypuses are a venomous mammal, one of the only ones on E4.arth.

As babies, they’re some of the cuddliest animals on Earth.

As babies, they're some of the cuddliest animals on Earth.

4.) Rhinoceroses are powerful foes, charging down their enemies.

4.) Rhinoceroses are powerful foes, charging down their enemies.

As babies, they have the power to be so coute.

As babies, they have the power to be so coute.

5.) Box jellyfish are extremely poisonous, one of the most venomous creatures on this planet.

5.) Box jellyfish are extremely poisonous, one of the most venomous creatures on this planet.

As babies, they’re just D’AWWW.

As babies, they're just D'AWWW.

6.) Poison dart frogs are so poisonous, tribes use their venom to tip their arrows, making them deadly.

6.) Poison dart frogs are so poisonous, tribes use their venom to tip their arrows, making them deadly.

As babies, they don’t look like they could hurt a fly!

As babies, they don't look like they could hurt a fly!

7.) African lions are known as man-eaters, they are so powerful.

7.) African lions are known as man-eaters, they are so powerful.

As babies, they are just little sweethearts asking for a snuggle.

As babies, they are just little sweethearts asking for a snuggle.

8.) Boomslang snakes don’t look like they could kill you, but their venom can cause hemorrhaging that could kill you.

8.) Boomslang snakes don't look like they could kill you, but their venom can cause hemorrhaging that could kill you.

As babies, they would kill you with their adorable face.

As babies, they would kill you with their adorable face.

9.) Blacktip sharks are one of the most agile and fastest predators in the ocean.

9.) Blacktip sharks are one of the most agile and fastest predators in the ocean.

As babies, they just look like little fishies.

As babies, they just look like little fishies.

10.) Vultures don’t threaten humans, but they do move in mobs, stripping carcasses of their flesh.

10.) Vultures don't threaten humans, but they do move in mobs, stripping carcasses of their flesh.

As babies… AWWWW.

As babies... AWWWW.

11.) Hyenas are also savage scavengers, but they’ll attack and hunt when they need to. Their jaws can crack through thick bones.

11.) Hyenas are also savage scavengers, but they'll attack and hunt when they need to. Their jaws can crack through thick bones.

As babies, they look like they would enjoy a snuggle.

As babies, they look like they would enjoy a snuggle.

12.) Caiman crocodiles are one of the deadliest in their world. Their jaws are powerful and they quickly kill their victims.

12.) Caiman crocodiles are one of the deadliest in their world. Their jaws are powerful and they quickly kill their victims.

As babies… they look like the sweetest things.

As babies... they look like the sweetest things.

If they weren’t so dangerous when they grew up, I’d want one of these little guys as pets! It’s incredible (and impressive) just how much they can grow and change over the course of months or years. You have to respect their power… so share this with others.

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