You know that flower that turns all of the animals “savage” in Zootopia? It’s a real flower. In reality, a “night howler” is an autumn crocus. The autumn crocus (which is also the same color as night howlers in the movie) is highly toxic. According to the Nova Scotia Museum, consumption of the leaves, stem, berries, or especially the bulb can result in reduced blood pressure and cardiac arrest in humans. For other mammals, such as dogs, the result from ingestion is much more serious, such as bloody vomiting, multi-organ damage, and bone marrow suppression. In real life, you may not go savage, but you’ll definitely have a bad time.