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▲ Baby bear is very cute, but grows quickly and can be a threat to the safety of the owner. (Source = Flickr)

Some exotic animals are difficult to hang out with people. It requires a large habitat and requires special requirements for breeding. Many people often give up ownership because it is difficult to meet these conditions. Exotic animals are not ideal for pets because they can be difficult to grow and threaten safety. Let's look at what animals are cute, but not suitable for pets.

1. Bear

A bear is an amazing animal. He weighs more than 680 kilograms, but he is popular because of his cute appearance and becomes a doll model like teddy bear. The cub is attractive in many ways, but it grows rapidly and becomes a huge individual. The bear is basically muscular and constantly feeds with its big mouth. If you keep your body on your hind legs, you can attack your enemies with very threatening, sharp toenails paws, and attack your master in the worst case.

For this reason bear has been regarded as the most feared predator in North America. As stated on the Outdoor Hub site, bears are not suitable as pets, and even zoologists warn that it is not safe to live with bears and that unforeseen circumstances can arise at any time.

2. Raccoon

People who love raccoons are relatively small, but some are still popular as pets. But the raccoon is getting a bad reputation because of the fact that it breaks things up and takes away rabies. Raising a raccoon is no different than raising a piranha that can breathe out of the water. The nature of raccoon can be understood as 'biting' unconditionally when angry and irritated.

The pet medium health pets said that raccoon dogs must pay a hard price, such as re-planting plants in the house or re-stitching fallen buttons and changing the location of the objects from time to time. The raccoon will pee anywhere, break the bowl, pour out the bookshelf, and break the bed sheets.

▲ raccoon is not different from raising a breathing piranha outside the water. (Source = Max Pixel)

3. Wolf and coyote

The ancestors of wolves and coyotes are so wild that it is difficult to live with humans, which is why dogs exist today. According to the Spruce Pets site, wolves and coyotes are still wild animals that act according to instinct. These animals hunt when they are hungry, play when they want, and sleep mostly during the rest of the day. If you feel threatened, you will be attacked even if you are a master.

Opinions differ as to whether a coyote can be tamed fully. Eventually, humans tamed the dog and started to raise it in the house. But native wildlife such as coyotes are different. Coyotes can be cute and sweet, but mother coyotes can be hard to manage. A grown-up coyote can kill a large mouse with a single attack and has the ability to identify the weakest individual in the flock. It is similar to a bear that is still unreliable through human touch. Wolf dogs are popular as pets, but they are not essentially different from wild wolves.

4. Kinkajous

Kinka has been popular with raccoon and wildlife in Central and South America's rainforests, as it has recently become known that celebrities grow up as pets. This animal is slightly smaller than a cousin of long corners and weighs 3kg and has very sharp teeth. In the daytime, they usually sleep, attacking with sharp claws while screaming in the wild. Kinka is an animal that causes a lot of damage to people like a small monkey or a sugar glider.

5. Alligator or Crocodile

The alligator in North America or South America is a terrible carnivor, 14 meters long. Most families are difficult to accommodate such a large carnivore. If you take a crocodile once, you may have severe infection symptoms or you may have to sever your limbs in severe cases. The weight of the tail reaches up to 900kg, which can break a person's leg or lead to death in the worst case.

6. Prairie dog

A prairie dog in the North American savanna area can infect many diseases, including the monkeypox. When raised as a pet, there are many cases of depression and disease due to lack of interest, lack of social interaction, and narrow space.

▲ Prairie dogs carry disease and can become depressed and ill if lack of interest of the owner (Source = Wikimedia Commons)

Owning an exotic pet itself is not bad. However, there is a need to provide appropriate care for animals to survive. You should check the national or local regulations on the possession of exotic pets and make sure you are legally living with them in the house. It is also important to remember that the animals listed above can pose a threat to human life.

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