Ligers are like the Blade of the big cat world; they possess all of the strengths of both parent animals and have none of their weaknesses. And “big cat” is an understatement: It’s a half-ton, 12-foot-long snarling mass of muscle capable of fitting your entire screaming head in its mouth. Oh, and it moves as fast as your car goes on the highway.

That’s right; it’s reportedly capable of running 60 miles per hour. Can you run that fast? Just imagine being hit by half a ton traveling at that speed, then remember it could bite your face off.

This one is called Hercules.

Hercules happened as a result of a lion and tiger getting their freak on because scientists accidentally let them breed (sure … “accidentally”). In just three short years Hercules already massively outgrew both of his parents, presumably right before eating them.

The 7 Most Terrifyingly Huge Things in the History of Nature

Advice from a bee :

Create a buzz ,  Sip life’s sweet moments,  Mind your own bees wax,  Work together,  Protect your home,  Stick close to your honey!!,  Make something sweet,  Hum while you work,  Dance to communicate,  And always bee yourself.   :)