Kids can be pretty fearless sometimes. Usually it's because they haven't learned the consequences of the actions they're about to take. Take the old "don't touch the stove because it's hot" example. Until a kids experiences the pain of touching a hot stove firsthand, they don't have fear of getting burned. Then you have this 3-year old girl from Wellington, New Zealand who stares fear in the face then kicks it in the stomach.

Check out the video below to watch this little girl on a trip to the zoo with her mom go toe to toe with the King of the Jungle. After being taken aback for about 1/10th of a second, the future adventurer steps up to show that she not afraid of this bad ol' putty-tat.

[Buzzfeed]