Buffalo, Black Mamba, wolf packs when surrounded, grizzlies, pit vipers, sharks, spitting cobras, but most of all humans they are too stupid to back off and end up getting hurt.
The animal I am most afraid of is man. Most other animals will only attack if threatened or for food. Man on the other hand is intelligent, mainly knows what he is capable of and sees many issues as sport.
It is terrifying to understand just how a human mind works, and we see it in our every day lives. Pre-meditated, planned destruction and no knowledge how to stop it. Everything else is a pussycat in comparison.
Clowns and mimes, or any animal dressed as a clown or a mime, or any mime or clown dressed as an animal.
I have fear of rodents especially mice. I know they are small little things and that people say they are more afraid of you than you are of them. but in my case I'm sure I'm more afraid of them.
Many of them, like snakes, big spiders, sharks, lions & tigers. etc
all of them animals are un predictable you never know how or when they will react even if domestcated they can still act out great qushtion by the way
I'm really, totally scared to death of cows LOL and I really don't know why every time I see one I could only hear my bass drum like heat beat
I'm terrified of bears, snakes don't make me feel very comfortable either. I've got guns and such for them both though. . . .
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