If there's one thing we all love about Idaho, it's the great outdoors. There are mountains, beautiful trails, and of course... wildlife.

Some things just shouldn't be big

If you're exploring a trail or going on a hike in Idaho, there's a good chance you may encounter wildlife along the way. When it comes to wildlife, size matters. For example, having a scuffle with a small puppy is much cuter than having a scuffle with an 80-pound dog.

The same goes for the animals of Idaho - some of them are adorable but others? They have no business being that big. And definitely don’t need bugs that look like they belong in prehistoric times.

Using information from A-Z-Animals.com, we sifted through some of the largest animals that could be found in Idaho and found some terrifying critters we wish were a tad bit smaller. Sure, some of them are harmless but that doesn't change the fact that they are the stuff of absolute nightmares.

Here are six of the most terrifying creatures in Idaho that are massive... but shouldn't be.

6 Idaho Animals That Shouldn't Be Huge But Are

You don't want to get on the bad side of any of these massive Idaho animals?

Believe it or not, the grizzly bear is on the verge of winding up on the endangered species list. Currently, it's listed as "Threatened" according to the Idaho Office of Species Conservation which is one step away from being endangered.

There are, however, six Idaho animals that are on the verge of being on the endangered species list.

6 Idaho Animals That Are About To Be Wiped Out Forever

There are six species on the verge of extinction in Idaho according to the Idaho Governor's Office of Species Conservation.

Since we're on the subject of animals, can we talk about animals that you should and shouldn't milk? We know it's random but anything can happen in Idaho.

Let's look at three animals you can milk in Idaho and thirteen animals that you absolutely shouldn't. Why? The reasons might be obvious...

6 Idaho Animals That Are About To Be Wiped Out Forever

There are six species on the verge of extinction in Idaho according to the Idaho Governor's Office of Species Conservation.

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