They are cute and childlike, but they also act like babies, permanently, with all the messes and screaming included.
Cougars, lions, tigers, and leopards make up the majority of large cats people opt to keep as pets.
They can kill you with a single bite, and antivenom can be hard to come by. Some cobras also can cause immense pain.
They soon will tower over you when standing on their hind legs, and they can knock you over, or even kill you.
They are extremely active and difficult to train. They have 38 to 40 sharp teeth, and forage for their food.
Bats. They are extremely cute and intriguing, but appreciating them in the wild is best. Their diet consists of insects and fruit.
Wolves and coyotes are not domesticated dogs. They act on their instincts, hunt when they are hungry, and play.
Smaller than their coati cousin, kinkajous only reach around 7 pounds but still have very sharp teeth and a high activity level.
The American alligator can reach over 14 feet in length and kill prey as large as cattle. Most homes cannot pet such a predator.
With the exception of the tiny fennec fox (or the domesticated silver/Siberian fox), foxes are not recommended as pets.