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15 Merciless Moments When Male Lions Attack Their Prey

  • 15 Merciless Attacks by Mother Lionesses


    Lionesses are amazing hunters and are the ones that do most of the hunting. They can hunt on their own, with a few friends, or with younger sub-adults to teach them the ropes. However, when prey is too large, some males give a lending hand. How do you think lionesses would handle an elephant? If you want to see teamwork at its finest, keep watching as we countdown 15mother lionesses hunting ravenously.

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    Lioness Attacks Cheetah

    Cheetahs are easy prey for lions and hyenas, but baby cheetahs are particularly vulnerable. Due to lion predation, cheetah cub survival in East Africa's Serengeti plains is only around 5%. It’s not because lions hate Cheetahs more than any other animals, but if given the chance, they will kill one without thinking twice, especially if it is a simple kill. This lioness ambushes two young cheetahs. One manages to escape, and the other one fights for its life, but it’s not enough. The lioness is way bigger and more powerful, and she finishes the cheetah off in seconds.

    It’s no contest! I know it’s part of nature but seeing the lioness holding the dead cheetah is disturbing. These lions have executed a cheetah cub and its mother is calling out for it, but the cub doesn’t respond because it has been fatally wounded. The lions go along their merry way like two delinquents that just committed a crime and didn’t get caught. These poor cheetah cubs get the short end of the stick when a couple of lions are in pursuit of their mother. Of course, the youngsters are defenseless, and that’s why growth in the bush isn’t easy.

    Lioness Hunting Oryx

    Oryxes are huge antelopes that live in herds in Africa's deserts and parched plains. The Gemsbok is a big antelope belonging to the genus Oryx that dwells in Southern Africa. Both creatures have powerful horns that can kill even the most dangerous predators, and they are very similar. In this video, two female lions are ready to attack an oryx. Because oryx are often spooked by even the faintest sound, the lionesses must be incredibly quiet. One of the lionesses makes a mistake and emerges from her hiding place. They keep going for it, with one lioness trying to push the oryx towards the other. In the face of the lionesses, the oryx stays firm. The lions are defeated, and the oryx lives to fight another day.

    After trapping an oryx in the Namib Desert's sweeping dunes, this lioness must defend her kill from scavengers. Her pride is on the way, but she needs to figure out a way to preserve her kill for the time being and she does a great job of that. As you can see the entire pride comes home for dinner and enjoys the feast. The game slowly creeps down to the waterhole to drink, but gets startled, and flees as these three lionesses hid behind a tree, close to the water hole for three hours. The animals were aware of the lionesses’ presence, yet they needed to drink because of the dry season, predator, or no predator. Many of the campsites in the park are directly on the edge of water holes, allowing visitors to view all the action and drama that occurred when the felines landed on this oryx. The scene that took place was not for the faint of heart.

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  • 15 Merciless Hunts By Wild Animals


    Predators are always on the hunt, looking for food. Prey is constantly on the watch, trying to survive. Have you ever seen an ocelot on the hunt? What about a centipede? If you like watching spectacular chases, you’re at the right place as we count down 15 merciless hunts by wild animals.

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    This caiman is relaxing on its day off at the beach, basking in the sun, when a stealthy jaguar sneaks up behind it and crushes its neck. The caiman's vacation appears to be ending sooner than expected, and the Jaguar will be able to have some fresh reptile meat for dinner. The poor caiman had barely enough time to drink his “Bloody Mary” before he died. These dogs have cornered a leopard, but instead of attacking it, they merely bark at it. Even if they tried, I'm sure they wouldn't make it out alive. Although the cat hisses and swings its paws, the dogs remain at a safe distance. The dogs' continuous barking irritates the cat. The cat lunges at the dogs, but they are too quick to be struck. When the leopard realizes it isn't going to work, he flees, but the dogs follow right behind. The leopard is tired, and the guys on horses are approaching to capture it. I'm in awe at how brave the dogs are. The guys aim to capture the leopard without harming it, while the dogs keep the jaguar's back against the wall.

    The jaguar is kept so busy by the barking dogs that it never hears the man above with a rope in his hand, ready to capture the feline. The leopard is apprehended once the rope is hurled. To end the chase, the dogs are instantly dragged away, and a net is thrown over the jaguar to complete the catch. When this leopard runs straight for the huge rodent and takes it into the water, you can see how enormous the capybara is. The capybara is nearly as large as the leopard, yet it lacks the leopard's power. After killing an eighteen-foot anaconda, this jaguar is dragging it through the bush. Although the snake is quite heavy, the jaguar must transport it to a secure haven away from predators and scavengers. This jaguar is battling a puma, and they are both vicious creatures. Growls and hisses can be heard as they roll over each other, seeking to obtain as many bites and scratches as they can.

    The fight comes to an end and it’s a stalemate. Anteaters don't put up with jaguars, as this confrontation between the feline and the long-nosed mammal demonstrates. In the end, the anteater is the one who chases the jaguar away. Although the anteater eats ants, it is not afraid of big cats, or so it seems. CALL TO ACTION The Fanatic brings you all the best content you want to see when it comes to the animal kingdom. If you want to see the latest confrontations between animals and the best animal videos, please subscribe now. We post new videos every day for your entertainment.

    Ocelot & Fishing Cat

    On a private reserve in Peru, this ocelot caught a red and green macaw. The brightly colored bird isn't usually on the wildcat's menu. Macaws are secretive and cautious birds, but this one was grazing on clay near a riverbank, so it had probably relaxed its guard. The ocelot spotted a chance it couldn't pass up and made it happen. A gorgeous macaw has just been slain by what appears to be an ocelot, and it is being carried to its lair, high up on a cliff, away from any potential predators or scavengers. Fishing cats like water and stay close to the marshy areas around rivers and streams. Their attitude is, the wetter, the better. They look like leopards that shrunk in the wash. Like their larger cat cousins, they survive by avoiding people and stalking their prey at night. The fishing cat is an ace hunter in the dark. It even has a special fishing technique.

    Tapping the surface with a paw, so that the fish thinks it’s an insect and it’s the last mistake that fish will ever make. To avoid being spotted by the prey, an ocelot likes to hunt in regions with foliage cover, avoiding open areas, especially on moonlit nights. This coati is surprised by this ocelot and backs up into its hiding place, but the ocelot jumps right in and kills the coati in seconds. This fox is ambushed by an ocelot, but after a short struggle, the fox escapes accompanied by one of its friends. The ocelot continues the chase, but we don’t get to see that. Though they are small, ocelots are amazing hunters, and this ocelot proves it once again when it ambushes an iguana for lunch.

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  • 15 Times A Prey Fights Back And Defeats A Predator


    We often feel bad when a cute antelope is being chased by a big cat, or when a zebra is trying to escape an apex predator’s grip, but sometimes the roles are reversed and what looks like a “walk in the park” for the predator suddenly turns into a nightmare. If you’re interested in seeing some underdogs teach some nasty animals a lesson or two, then keep watching as we countdown 15 times a prey fights back and defeats a predator.

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    Oryx’s Or Gemsbok Horn Instills Fear

    The Oryx is a large antelope that lives in herds on the deserts and dry plains of Africa. The Gemsbok is also a large antelope in the genus oryx but lives in regions of Southern Africa. Both animals are remarkably similar, and both have deadly horns that can kill the most dangerous predators. In our first clip, these two young cheetahs have discovered an injured Gemsbok that may have escaped from a lion. What a day this Gemsbok is having. First a lion and now two cheetahs. The cheetahs approach the oryx, but this is one big animal and perhaps even their mother would have a hard time dealing with such a massive beast. Let’s not forget cheetahs are not very big and they usually hunt smaller antelopes. The cheetahs consider the task at hand and after a few minutes of reflection, they decide the risk is too big and walk away. Instead, they decide to chase the herd and they end up catching a calf. But the young cheetahs did not expect the calf’s mother to jump into the action and attack them, but that’s exactly what she does. The cheetahs are stunned and run away. The calf seems okay, but its mother checks upon it to make sure. She smells the calf under its belly and immediately runs after the cheetahs.

    Our next clip shows a pair of lions checking out this oryx. The oryx doesn’t seem at all impressed with the lions because it's just standing there. There are now four lions and the oryx isn’t even trying to run. Is there something I’m missing here? It’s like the lions are setting up the barbecue but none of them want to get the meat out of the fridge. Finally, in this last clip, two female lions are preparing an attack on an oryx. Oryx are spooked by the slightest sound, so the lions must be very quiet. One lion makes a mistake and breaks cover. They still go for it, with one lion pushing the oryx towards the other lion. The oryx stands its ground and confronts the lions. The lions give up and the oryx lives to see another day.

    Buffalo Flicks Lion Into The Air

    The Cape Buffalo is a fearsome beast, capable of tossing a lion into the air like a stuffed toy. A hungry lion got even more than it bargained for after its attack on a Cape buffalo took a dramatic turn in an impressive viral video recently captured in South Africa's Kruger National Park. One lion pounced on the buffalo and appeared to be seconds away from a fresh kill after two young lions had been stalking the buffalo prior to the attack. The buffalo appeared to be exhausted, and the game appeared to be over. Then two of the original herd returned to investigate when one buffalo made a daring rescue, charging at the lion and flipping the predator high into the air with its strong head horns. Surprisingly, all the animals managed to survive the fight relatively unscathed, with the exception of the two felines' egos. The Cape Buffalo, despite its short stature, can weigh up to a ton. Buffalo herds have been known to work together to protect other members, killing predators, in Africa's parks and reserves.

    The sheer power of these creatures astounds me, particularly watching the bull throw the Lion around like an inflatable doll. In the next video, another buffalo effortlessly tosses a lion into the air. It’s a small cub this time and I’m sure when this cub grows up, it will think twice before attacking another buffalo. Our next sequence has a buffalo chase a lion and throws it in the air. I’m pretty sure the lion must have felt some pain since the buffalo’s horn stabbed it in the belly. Indeed, the lion walks away hurt and limping. Finally, a courageous lion approaches an entire herd of buffalo and the buffalo are probably asking themselves if this lion is retarded. But the lion chases the buffalo and they all run away. The buffalo return and chase the lion while another lion looks on. One buffalo chases the lion away from the herd, isolating itself, and is now surrounded by four lions. The lions try to corner it, but the buffalo is quick to react. The herd rejoins the buffalo, and they all face the lions. It’s not happening for the lions today!

  • 15 Merciless Moments Of Cheetahs Hunting


    Cheetahs are not very big when compared to some of the other big cats in the bush, they are extremely fast. As a matter a fact, they are the fastest land mammals. Have you ever seen a cheetah coalition in action? What about a cheetah mom teaching her cubs to hunt? If you want to see the cheetah in action, stick around, as we count down 15 merciless moments of cheetahs hunting.

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    A mother cheetah teaches her kids how to hunt in this video. The cheetah males take the lead in pursuit of this antelope, and after a few tumbles by the antelope, they neutralize it, but Mama stands by and observes. The little cubs are afraid and have no idea what to do except softly tapping the antelope on the back. It is eventually grabbed by the throat, but it is not yet killed. The final blow is delivered, and the family is allowed to dine. After these adolescent cheetahs had brought down an antelope and started eating it, expert Simon King approaches the cats for a closer look. The cheetahs seem unconcerned about King and continue to devour the antelope, without paying attention to the naturalist.

    With this kill, the cheetahs are taking a huge step toward independence, according to the expert. This mother demonstrates how to hunt her very young pups. It kills a large antelope, but it isn't easy because the antelope is tough and fights back. The little guys all rush over to the carcass and begin eating, only to see the antelope rise and flee again, but the cheetah mom is quick to respond and pounces on the antelope once more. This cheetah ambushes a little antelope, and after a quick dash, the antelope is dead. CALL TO ACTION The Brilliant brings you all the best content you want to see when it comes to the animal kingdom. If you want to see the latest about the animal world and the best animal videos, please subscribe now. We post new videos every day for your entertainment.


    Our first babies are orphans, and a cheetah expert is watching over them, but he grows concerned when the juvenile cheetahs decide to attack an adult zebra. Adult zebras are powerful and can strike out with their hind legs, slowing down a lion, so imagine what they can do to a newborn cheetah. Despite the presence of a few foals in the vicinity, they make a go of it and take on the heavyweights. The cheetahs have nothing but a few rapid sprints. This time in the Masai Mara, these young cheetahs chase and kill a smaller zebra. However, you'll notice it took five cheetahs to succeed. These zebras are able to elude a cheetah following them. They're still scanning the area to ensure they're not being ambushed. Where is the cheetah, they must be asking themselves? Here they are, a pair of cheetahs attacking a zebra. The other cheetahs join in as one cheetah mounts the zebra's back. Ladies and gentlemen, that's how it's done in cheetah country. All for one and one for all!

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  • 15 Animal Battles That Give You Goosebumps


    The law of the jungle is killing or be killed, most of the time. It’s survival of the fittest. If you can’t hold your ground, you will not make it. All sorts of animals meet in the jungle and this sets up incredible battles. Some battles are quick and predictable, and others are long, arduous, and surprising. Have you ever seen a mongoose take on a snake? Or a shark fight an octopus?

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    Hippo Vs Wild Dogs

    Hippos and wild dogs rarely meet in the wild, simply because hippos live mostly in the water and wild dogs are not crazy about water. But there are moments when their paths will cross especially if it involves prey. Watch this hippo charge a bunch of wild dogs trying to make a kill. Another hippo seems like he’s trying to save an impala from some wild dogs by delicately trying to grab the impala with its mouth, but the dogs are pulling their own way. What’s amazing is that the hippos never seem to want to hurt the vegetarians.

    Even twenty or thirty wild dogs, although they are expert hunters, could not damage a hippo. The hippo is so massive, and its skin is so thick, not one dog would dare approach the hippo close enough to bite it, afraid the hippo would sink its huge canines into its body. Wild dogs seem to meet hippos always in the same circumstances. Some herbivore is swimming in the water to stay away from the dogs and a hippo happens to be there. The hippo doesn’t attack the dogs, but it keeps them on their guard. In this last clip, a wild dog has actually jumped into the water to kill an impala and the hippo isn’t doing anything about it.

    Giraffes Vs Lions

    Lions will rarely attack giraffes because they know the amount of work and stamina that’s required to take down a full-grown giraffe. Sometimes, though, when food is scarce, they go after what’s available and lions have no choice but to hunt giraffes. As you can see in this first clip, this is no easy feat. Just watch this giraffe trample this lion repeatedly. One lion alone against one giraffe has no chance in hell. Even several lions will have a difficult time taking down a giraffe as you can see in this footage where the lions are getting kicked in the face more often than none.

    If the lions are not capable of getting in close to the giraffe, then the risk of death for the lions is greater. With one kick, a lion can die on the spot. When the pride finally takes down a giraffe, it will fill their tummies for days, so it’s a great catch for the entire family, but it’s not an easy one. Just look at the strength of this giraffe. With one lion on its back and three of them biting at its legs, the giraffe remains stoic and takes on the challenge without making a sound.

  • 15 Merciless Moments of Bears Hunting


    Bears are scavengers and feeders who make the most of their surroundings. Bears will take advantage of any accessible food source if given the opportunity. Have you ever seen a bear hunt an elk? What about a polar bear looking to take down a walrus? If you want to see some unreal footage where bears take the front stage, keep watching, as we count down 15 merciless moments of bears hunting.

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    Bears will hunt deer, and deer are plentiful where bears reside, thus finding them is not difficult for bears, as shown in this video. This is a heartbreaking video. When a bear attacked a deer that was already injured, it was roaming in the backyard of a house. You could hear the unfortunate animal's agonizing screams as it was bitten by the ferocious predator. I'm curious as to how all these animals end up in the backyards of private residences. Where do these people live? This black bear has killed and is devouring a deer beside a body of water. The bear can be seen chomping into the deer, which is still moving. The bear is extracting meat from the deer's behind. This is not for the faint-hearted to watch. Another bear discovers a deer in a backyard and, after killing it, tries but fails to hoist the deer up a tree. It must have heard a commotion and tried to hide its prey in a more secluded location. You'll see how swift bears are in our next video. Deer move quickly but watch as this massive bear chases down and catches up to a deer. This bear is enormous, and it's sprinting at least as quickly as the deer. Bears, it was always said, are the most difficult animals to flee from. They can sprint and swim faster than we can, and they can climb trees better and quicker than we can.


    These belugas are extremely thin and horribly scarred. But their wounds were not inflicted by the ice. A whale would be a huge prize for any meat-eating hunter and these belugas trapped by the ice are within reach of Polar bears. When aware of the danger, the belugas stay submerged if they can, but they can only hold their breath for about 20 minutes. Catching a four-meter-long whale that weighs one ton is no easy task, even if that whale is weakened by starvation. This polar bear is not getting ready to race in the 100-meter free style. He’s fishing for beluga whales, and he hits the jackpot when he dives for one in this video. Once the bear has caught the beluga, there isn’t much the friendly whale can do. These bears hunt beluga whales and such a big meal will fill their tummies for many days to come.

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  • 15 Drastically Unbelievable Moments Of A Predator Hunting


    Predators are always on the warpath because they need to survive. Just like humans go to work every day to earn a living so they can eat, predators hunt every day so they can do the same. Have you ever seen a lynx hunt? What about a mongoose? If you want to see moments of high intensity, keep watching as we count down 15 drastically unbelievable moments of predators hunting.

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    Wolves are considered pests by many farmers because they attack their flocks. In this video, two wolves come looking for dinner when they target a flock of sheep. They jump inside the enclosure and manage to assault one of the sheep. I’m surprised the farmer doesn’t own a few dogs to deter the wolves from approaching. This pack of wolves tries to get at this bison calf, but its mother is doing a great job of fending them off. The wolves are tenacious, but so is mama bison. In this video, a wolf kills a calf separated from its mother and when the mother finally finds her calf, it’s too late. It is a sad moment just watching the mother mourn for her offspring. Finally, these white wolves torment this bear, but the bear is resilient and will not back down until the wolves give up. It’s not three wolves that will scare a bear away from a fight.

    Praying Mantis Vs Centipede

    As we have seen in previous videos, the praying mantis is a voracious predator, and this first video is no different. Watch how the mantis strikes a large centipede and although at first, it looks like the centipede has the upper hand on the mantis, it doesn’t take much time before the killer insect lobotomizes the centipede. A much smaller centipede is placed inside this aquarium with a praying mantis and the mantis makes “chop suey” out of the many-legged insect. It’s time for a better challenge! There aren’t many insects capable of inflicting major damage on the praying mantis. It always seems as if the mantis overruns all the others. Even this snake can’t seem to find a weakness and it is gobbled up just like the rest of them. Finally, this lizard thinks it just spotted a hearty meal when it’s about to stick out its tongue to get a taste of this mantis, but it has another thing coming when the mantis jumps on its face and begins tearing it apart. What a friendly creature the praying mantis is.

  • 15 Fearless Moments Of Wild Animals Approaching Herds!!


    Predators usually hunt for food where they know it will be plentiful. So, when they see a herd of Buffalo or of wildebeest, they usually target one of the animals. Sometimes it goes as planned and other times, it doesn’t. If you want to see how things play out, keep watching as we count down 15 fearless moments of wild animals approaching herds.

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    Lion Vs Wildebeest

    Wildebeest are the prey of choice for many predators in the African savannah. Their meat is tender, and they are high in numbers, so the odds of catching a wildebeest are exceptionally good. When the great migration of the wildebeest begins, most predators are on their high horses because they know it will be an all-you-can-eat-buffet for weeks to come. This lioness was stalking a herd of wildebeest and zebras when she came upon a lone wildebeest that was utterly unaware of the danger and ended up becoming an easy meal for the lone predator. When preys are unaware of what is going on, it makes things much easier for the predator, which is why ambushing them is one of the most effective methods big cats can use.

    In the next video, the lionesses of the Salt Lick Pride went on a feeding frenzy among the moving herds, using the long blades of Red Oat grass to ambush their prey. You can see how easily they get to the wildebeest because of the tall grass which provides amazing camouflage. Finally, as the wildebeest run full speed ahead, a few lions watch with their mouths drooling, but one male lion doesn’t wait one second to jump in the mix and tackle one of the running wildebeest, making the other felines react as well with them getting a piece of the action too.

    Crocodile Vs Zebra

    Zebras must often cross rivers infested with crocodiles, and it doesn’t always go well. In this video, a defenseless zebra struggles to cross the perilous Mara River, when ravenous crocodiles swarm and devour it, right there in the water. There is no means of escape for the zebra and unfortunately, out of all the zebras crossing the river, he was the unlucky one the crocodiles were able to snatch. You can see how tough it is for these zebras to cross the river in this video. The river current is strong, and they must also be concerned about the crocodiles. This young foal is transported by the current and ends up somewhere else, yet it still manages to climb to the other side, while being pursued by a crocodile.

    Because she can't find it anywhere, one mother calls out her baby. This other baby climbs on top of a crocodile without even realizing it, and the crocodile is powerless to stop him. Watch this crocodile wait for the right opportunity as these zebras try to make it to the other side. The zebras see the crocodile and know they’re in danger of being swallowed, but they must still cross the river. The crocodile ends up with a gazelle in its mouth instead, so the others are safe for the time being until other crocodiles position themselves. Finally, this crocodile has a grip on this large zebra in the middle of the water and the zebra desperately tries to free itself. After a few attempts, the zebra manages to free itself and run away leaving the crocodile bewildered. That was one lucky zebra.

  • Moments When Prey Escaped Predators Marvelously


    For some reason, people love to watch predators hunt their prey, but when their prey gets away, they also like cheering for the underdog. I guess it’s human nature. Have you ever seen a wildebeest escape the grip of a crocodile? What about a baboon retaliating when attacked by a leopard? If you want to cheer for the underdog, it’s time, as we countdown 15 times prey escaped predators marvelously.

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    Antelope Escapes From Lion

    Antelopes are extremely fast. They’re so fast this lion zooms by and misses it, the same way you and I missed it. Watch how quietly this lioness approaches this herd of gazelles. It sneaks up on them and gently crouches so it doesn’t alarm the herd. It watches every move the gazelles make attentively, planning its attack. As it continues the approach, the gazelles have no clue what’s going on. Suddenly one of the gazelles approaches the feline to see what’s going on and that’s when the big cat lunges towards the small creature, but it’s much too slow and the gazelle has time to sprint out of danger in seconds. In this video, you can see this gazelle jump many feet into the air to avoid being caught by the lioness. That’s one hell of a jump and it allows the gazelle to run free for another day. Finally, it looks like these younger cheetahs will have to do better if they’re going to eat anytime soon. Their little ballet moves and prancing around will not cut it in the bush and that’s exactly why their prey gets away.

    Bushbuck Escape

    Whenever an animal decides to have a drink of water in the bush, anything can happen. There is always a chance of a crocodile jumping out of the water when it is least expected. Just imagine how scary it must be when you know you can get your head chopped off every time you are thirsty. This bushbuck is aware of that, but it doesn’t stop it from drinking, because that’s what being thirsty does to you. It forces you to drink and this bushbuck is extremely lucky when this crocodile pops out of the water to crush it. It avoids the worst and is able to back off just in time. Of course, luck is a factor, but if it weren’t for the bushbuck’s fast reflexes, it would have been minced meat by now. Tourists on a safari spent the morning pursuing a pride of lions and were rewarded with this rare sighting! They were originally stalking a small herd of kudu, but a bushbuck stepped between them and diverted their attention. The bushbuck opted to rush straight through the heart of the pride out of all the possible directions it could have gone, but it ran through there with blinding speed, and all the lions could do was feel the breeze as it flew by them.

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  • Baboons Dying In a Lion Jaw


    Today we are going to take a look to; lions hunting baboons, baboons eating impala cubs and baboons kidnapping...

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  • 15 EXTREME Wild Animal Fights


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    The jungle screams of survival by any means. In fact, the underdogs are taking revenge on the captors that have held them down for way too long. The battle is fierce, and there are no rules!
    Stay tuned as I take you through the 15 extreme wild animal fights.

    15. Alligator vs. Python

    The muddy waters of the Florida swamp have experienced a fair share of blood baths, even from unexpected places. It didn't expect a fight as bewildering as this one. In this clip, we see a territorial Python take on a beady-eyed alligator with one flick of his tongue. If only these creatures had the opportunity to speak, we would have known what was going through their minds as they took each other on. Who provoked who? Did they bear this grudge for so long and wanted to settle it once and for all? Whatever is the case, we give our verdict on the combat. The alligator seemed to control the fight initially, but he dashed off after he was sure he would be overpowered. He probably went home to think about a perfect comeback.

    14. Mongoose vs. Cobra

    So, this venomous cobra was having her time with a prey it just caught when this Mongoose tried to play the role of an angel. It thought to rescue the animal in danger, but the cobra didn't find the nerve funny. It leaves me wondering how compassionate animals are that they can go to any length to protect the weak. Just so you know, Mongoose prey on snakes, especially cobras but in this scenario, something different played out. The animal you thought would win lost, but the Mongoose would certainly live to fight another day. It was heartwarming for the squirrel to watch and see how her lover defended her. The next time there's a clash, it is easy to guess who the next winner will be.

    13. Baboon vs. Crocodile

    No mother would sit and watch her baby in danger and do nothing. They even go as far as risking their lives for the safety of their children. Animals do it even better. In this fight, a baboon tries to rescue her baby from a bloodthirsty crocodile. These sea creatures are unapologetic when it comes to hunting their prey. It got the wrong one this time. The baboon quickly dashed off to save her child, and guess what? She won over the crocodile, but it wasn't a smooth victory. She lost her baby in the battle. The watering hole became filled with blood-soaked tears and regrets.

    12. Cat vs. Cat

    Who would have thought that outfoxing cats were for the birds? This clip shows how a clever crow managed to pull a fast one on two feline creatures. It convinced them not to eat him but fight each other instead. Who does that? Only the bird, of course. Anyone who has been roped into a fight or argument with a friend can relate to this one. One random stranger tells you lies about your friend and does the same to the other party. The next time there's a meeting, the information leads into an argument or a fight, and the person watches from a distance. Well, the crow is the crowd-pleaser here, and you don't need to purchase tickets to watch how everything panned out because it happened right at the rooftop.

    11. Sloth vs. Eagle

    After seeing this video, you'll probably have another perspective on the idea of moving like a sloth. We see a sloth moving like a boss, unlike what we thought of them. I hope they forgive us for having a faulty misconception of their style. As it moves past the harpy eagle, it knocks it out with ease. Such audacity! The eagle is as shocked when the assailant's claws brush against his chest, but he dares not protest for fear of repercussions. The next time you see this creature, give them space because they have proven that slow and steady remains the deadliest combination in the animal kingdom.

    10. Iguana Multiple snakes

    This sounds like one of those popular ambushes during World War I. Why would dozens of snakes go after one seemingly innocent Iguana? Again, we can't hear these animals speak, so we don't know what had transpired to necessitate the rage. The high-speed police chase was targeted at a lonely Iguana who manages to escape in a swift twist. The camera angle and kung-fu kicks make it seem like the Iguana is even kicking his predators on their head as he scampers for safety. He knows he's no match for them; therefore, he runs for his life while doing what he can.

  • 15 Heavy Battle Where Rhinos And Lions Take The Stage


    Rhinos and lions are legit contenders for the throne when it comes to Africa’s most powerful animals. Lions are at the top of the food chain, but rhinos are no pushovers either. Which of the two would choose if you had to go into battle? Let’s find out who rules between rhinos and lions as we count down 15 heavy battles where rhinos and lions take the stage.

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    Rhino Vs Buffalo

    Rhinos, unfortunately, are much larger than buffalos. The rhino would easily defeat the buffalo since it is significantly more powerful. A young rhino decides to confront a huge cape buffalo. Meanwhile, the mother rhino and the other buffalo are both marking their territory. After a lot of staring and waiting, the rhinos figure they have better things to do than stare at buffalos. The rhino in this video is huge and it uses all its power to run through this cape buffalo and plow it to the ground. I’m quite sure the buffalo felt like it was on a ride at the amusement park and got out of it full of bumps and bruises. This rhino is so angry at this buffalo, it doesn’t stop pouncing into it with its deadly horn until the buffalo is incapacitated and falls to the ground. Even with another buffalo trying to help, it doesn’t stop the furious rhino. What a determined beast this rhino is! I’m quite sure the rhino perforated some of the buffalo’s organs and the buffalo is in agony. Members of the herd surround their friend to give him his last rites.

    Rhino Fighting

    These two rhinos go head-to-head over territory, and it’s obvious one of the rhinos is stronger than the other. The pushing and shoving go on for a few seconds, until the stronger rhino pushes the other rhino into the grass, behind the tree, where we no longer can see what is happening. In a game reserve in southern Africa, a baby white rhino suckles its mother. When a large bull rhino appears, the atmosphere changes in an instant. Around the still-suckling mother and calf, the bull begins spray-marking its territory. It then turns on the mother, much to the calf's chagrin. The calf is then attacked. The calf is tossed into the air by the bull and its mother rushes to its rescue. The bull turns on the mother as the calf flees for safety, driving her backward and lifting her front legs clean off the ground. The battling duo closes in on the automobiles of onlookers, causing them to flee in terror. Finally, as the terrified calf circles the struggle, the mother retreats down the road, away from the camera and the bull.

    This appears to be a territorial conflict. The spray-marking that the male does is the clue. White rhinos are lonely and possessive of their territory. Females, on the other hand, are not, and they frequently travel beyond territory claimed by various males. In this video, you can see this rhino delivering it to another rhino. I mean, this rhino is being attacked from all angles, and the rhino being attacked has numerous injuries to show. When one of the dueling rhinos succeeds to flank the other, he inflicts a lot of damage. Rhinos have strong skin, yet their horns are powerful and may pierce through other rhinos' skin. It looks like it’s the end for the weaker rhino as he falls to the ground. During this bloody battle, these two rhinos inflict major injuries to one another as they battle through the grass and mud. One of the rhinos is badly injured and it is rumored it died moments after the battle.

  • 15 Unbelievable Bear Attacks And Interactions Caught On Camera


    Bears are scavengers and feeders who take advantage of opportunities. When given the chance, bears will take advantage of any available food source. Have you ever seen a bear hunt an elk? What about a bear chasing a skier? If you want to see some unreal footage where bears take the front stage, keep watching, as we count down 15 unbelievable bear attacks and interactions caught on camera.

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    Bear Vs Cows & Bulls

    Bears, both black and grizzly, are known to prey on cattle of all ages, as well as swine and sheep. Due to their size, grizzlies may feed on larger animals, such as adult cows. In our first video, this black bear is interested in getting to know this bull. The two smell one another through this fence. I’m not sure if the bear wants to be friends, or if it just wants to have lunch. It tries grabbing the bull through the fence several times and is seen at the end of the video climbing the fence. Next, a fairly large bear is trying to bring down this cow, but the cow is extremely strong and keeps walking all the way onto the street with the bear on its back.

    I don’t know if the bear ends up making the kill, but if it does, it couldn’t have been easy. In our next video, you can see this grizzly bear chasing a cow through the forest. At some point, it looks like the bear has made the kill, and is eating its prey, but suddenly, the cow gets up and keeps fighting. Cows are tough cookies. Finally, this bear is drinking water and I don’t think it’s aware that some sort of bison is standing right next to it. The bear keeps drinking, that is, until the bison slams its horns into the bear and then the bear looks at it and takes off.

    Bear Vs Boar & Pig

    Bears will hunt wild boar, but the animal is not the first item on the bear’s menu. This bear is trying to get something done with this wild hog, but it’s having a hard time pulling its way. The boar is strong and is pulling its own weight. The advantage the bear has is its strong jaws and paws. In our next clip, this bear is sharing a watering hole with a huge wild hog. The bear makes a move, but the hog runs off, only to return and drink moments later. The bear doesn’t bother with the hog. In this night vision clip, a huge bear snatches a young hog, and this hunt is over in seconds unless the bear wants to play with the baby hog.

    Next, this black bear is wrestling with a wild boar, and the people filming the incident honk to try and scare the bear away, but I think the bear is so focused on the boar, it doesn’t even hear the horn as the bear continues to pound the boar. This young bear chases two black boars across the forest. I don’t think the bear will catch up to them, but you never know. Finally, watch this bear try to kidnap a pig from its pen. The other pigs are ignoring the matter, even though they hear their friend squealing like a “mother brother”. The bear is pulling on the pig's back, ripping some of its skin off, but the pig is so heavy, the bear isn’t able to lift it up and bring it over the fence. I wonder why the people filming doesn’t intervene because this isn’t happening in the wild. This bear is attacking a farm and its pigs.

  • 15 Most Vicious And Hostile Animals In The World


    You might be surprised to find out that some of the most vicious animals on the planet come in small packages. That’s not to say, that large animals don’t have a say in this, but when a snail is one of the most vicious animals on the planet, everyone wants to know why. If you’re curious, you need to keep watching as we count down the 15 most vicious and hostile animals in the world.

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    Assassin Bug

    You may have been fascinated about assassin bugs and wondered if they bite, after all, their moniker is intriguing. To put it plainly, yes. Some bite to eat, while others bite to defend themselves when provoked. You don't want to be bitten by an assassin bug in any situation. To know this, all you must do is understand that its name is self-explanatory. These bugs are not only transmitters of the Chagas illness, but also killers and deceivers. Assassin bugs have been spotted imitating the sound of rustling leaves and posing as prey in a spider's web, among other things. These bugs transform into little vampires when they see a target. They inject their prey with a paralyzing venom and then drain its blood and other vital fluids. Keep an eye out for the assassin bug, but stay as far away as possible from it.

    Saltwater Crocodile

    Alligators are frightening, but they are nothing compared to their dreadful cousins, the fearsome crocodiles, which are more irritable, quickly agitated, and violent toward everything that crosses their path. They're also far larger and more powerful than their cousins. The largest – and most dangerous – species on the planet is the saltwater crocodile, which may be found throughout the Indo-Pacific area, from parts of India and Vietnam to northern Australia. These vicious predators can reach a length of 23 feet and a weight of over 2,000 pounds, and they are known to kill hundreds of people each year. In fact, the crocodile population as a whole is responsible for more human deaths each year than sharks. Of course, they're less elusive than sharks, and it's far easier to spot a crocodile than a shark if you're hunting for one.

    Many individuals are not qualified to undertake deep-diving excursions, but crocodiles can be found in more accessible regions, and many people are careless, not thinking about safety until it is too late. When you're in Crocodile territory, you don't mess around with safety. Saltwater crocodiles are particularly dangerous since they can swim well in both salt and fresh water, and yes, the name is misleading. They can attack swiftly, with a bite pressure of 3,700 pounds per square inch, comparable to that of a tyrannosaurus rex. If it isn't enough to worry you, consider the following: A well-done steak is chomped at roughly 200 pounds per square inch of pressure, which is only 5% of the strength of a saltie's jaw. As a result, if a Saltwater Crocodile grabs you with his jaws, you'll resemble the minced meat you buy at the grocery store to make your “Bolognese” sauce.

  • 14 CRAZIEST Animal Fights Caught On Camera


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    Lion vs Crocodile
    Snake vs Bunny Rabbit
    Giraffe vs Lion
    Snake vs Mongoose
    Shark vs Octopus
    Lion vs Buffalo
    Badger vs Fox
    Leopard vs Lion
    Snake vs Crocodile
    Iguana vs Iguanna
    Bison vs Lion
    Crocodile vs Wild Boar
    Eagle vs Fox
    Squirrel vs Cobra vs Mongoose
    Lion vs Tiger

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    From cobra vs mongoose to lion vs tiger we countdown the top 14 biggest animal fights caught on camera. Shocking fight, between a giraffe and a lion in the plains of Africa, most would assume that the giraffe would be defeated easily by the king of the jungle. However, this is no jungle and the giraffe manages to use its long legs and high jumps to stomp the lion repeatedly, causing the giraffe to win the fight. In this amazing video, two rather small but deadly animals go head to head. The cobra and mongoose take shots at each other respectively. Until the mongoose gets a firm bite on the head of the poisonous snake, and making itself the unexpected winner. In this fight in the Australian outback, a giant snake and a crocodile take each other on. At first the crocodile grabs the snake between its teeth. The python snake then coils itself around the crocodile, and strangling it. The fight lasted for hours, but the snake emerges victorious. In this shocking fight, a jaguar slowly emerges behind an exacting crocodile in the wetlands of Brazil. The jaguar sinks it teeth into the back of the crocodile in order to constrict the crocodile. The jaguar then carries off its prey, after the destruction it has just caused to the crocodile. In this video, a cobra snake has just discovered a nest of mongooses. As it plots to sliver in, a mongoose uses a tunnel to sneak up behind the snake a strike. The mongoose bites the snake in the head and they begin attacking each other. The snake then wraps up the mongoose in an attempt to strangle it. However, the mongoose frees itself, and begins to take painful bites at the cobra, eventually killing it. In this video, a shark is peacefully swimming through ocean territory. However, it’s swim is interrupted when an octopus disguised as coral rises up and wraps its tentacles around the shark. The giant pacific octopus was able to easily defeat the shark in this unlikely match up, despite the octopus being far lower down in the food chain. During this animal fight between an hyena and a pack of lions, the hyena uses their amazing dexterity to run quickly away from the lion pack. However, the hyena was soon caught up to by the pack, as they surround it and begin to bite it. In this unlikely match-up, a cobra and an eagle to head to head. The eagle tries to use its size to stand and peck at the cobra. But the cobra fights back attempting to bite back. However, on one bite when the cobra’s mouth is open, the eagle strikes and bites the cobra in the mouth. In this wild battle, recorded deep in the jungle a tiger and a huge lion go head to head. The pair spend hours wrestling and biting one another to see who the real king of the jungle is. When suddenly the tiger rolls over in defeat, after hours of fighting with the massive lion. In this shocking piece of footage from South Africa, a lion who is attacking a buffalo is suddenly changed at by 2 other buffalos. The lion is the launched 4 meters into the air by the giant male buffalo. The animals scuffled for a little while longer, but all walked away with no major injuries. Despite this, we think it’s pretty safe to say that the buffalo won this round.


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  • Top 10 Strongest Predators In The Wild - Prey VS Predator - Blondi Foks


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    There are different kinds of predators in the wild, and all of them are equipped with the powerful capabilities that they use in bringing down their prey!
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    Predators are wild animals that hunt, or prey on, other animals. All animals need food to live. Predator animals need the flesh of the animals that they kill to survive. Weasels, hawks, wolves, mountain lions, and grizzly bears are all predators. Predators are carnivores, which means their diet consists of meat. Some predators, such as coyotes and bears, are also scavengers, meaning they will eat the carcasses of animals that they didn't hunt themselves.

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  • 15 Wild Animals Hunting Mercilessly!!


    The law of the jungle is killing or be killed, most of the time. It’s survival of the fittest. If you can’t hold your ground, you will not make it. All sorts of animals meet in the bush and conflict is inevitable. Some battles are quicker than others. What do you think happens when a Praying Mantis meets a Hornet? What creature wins between a hammerhead shark and a stingray? Stick around and you’ll see much more as we count down 15 wild animals hunting mercilessly.

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    Bear Hunting Elk

    Elks are typically larger than deer, so a bear must invest more energy pursuing them. However, when the elk is young, as in this video, striking and carrying its victim to a safer location to consume it is child's play. This bear doesn't appear to be bothered by the water when it attacks a giant elk amid a river in this video. Being in the water not only makes it more difficult for the powerful predator but also makes it more difficult for the elk to flee. The bear appears to be in perfect command of the situation and completes the kill in a matter of minutes. The difficult thing now is figuring out how to pull this large prey out of the water so the bear can enjoy its meal.

    This grizzly bear was rummaging through a tangle of shrubs. They were a high-pitched screech as the bear dipped in and emerged on the other side with the elk in its mouth. In our next video, what appears to be a sure kill for this grizzly bear when it sees an injured elk barely able to walk turns into a botched hunt when the elk manages to avoid being grabbed by the bear and jumps into the river, where the rivers current carries it away from the bear, prompting the bear to abandon the chase. Finally, given that its victim is still chanting the Hail Mary, this bear begins to enjoy its feast a little too early. I guess some animals can't wait to eat when it's time.

    Wild Dogs Vs Warthog

    Even though warthogs are formidable animals with razor-sharp tusks, one warthog against a pack of wild dogs isn't going to cut it. A pack of wild dogs is chasing a warthog. The warthog quickly realizes this and decides not to stick around, so it flees, but the dogs pursue it fiercely. The warthog digs a trench and enters defense mode as a last resort, but even that may not be enough to ward off the attack of the crazy dogs. Wild dogs are reputed to be some of Africa's best hunters, but they don't seem to mind if their prey is still alive when they devour it. In this video, you can see them eating a warthog alive. Uninvited, these wild dogs barge into a warthog's den and snap at the warthog from all angles. The warthog hasn't even had a chance to blink before it's being prepared for dinner.

    As they devour the warthog, the dogs show no mercy. The next video is not for the faint of heart. A young warthog is ripped apart by these wild dogs. The ferocity with which wild dogs engage in a hunt is difficult to witness. The dogs never stop and eat as they go, so whether the prey is alive, or dead is irrelevant to them. Finally, this warthog is being attacked from all sides by a large pack of dogs. It's unfortunate that warthogs usually face such situations all by themselves. It would be interesting to see what would happen if there were as many warthogs as wild dogs involved in a fight because there always seems to be a numerical disparity whenever they meet This warthog will perish! I don't think wild dogs and warthogs will ever be pals.

  • 15 Times Land Animals Messed With The Wrong Opponent #2


    Sometimes, an animal thinks it can overpower another just based on sheer size. Whatever the reason, many times certain predators are in for a surprise when they decide to hunt certain prey. What do you think happens when a toad swallows a beetle? What happens to a dog who confronts a lion? If you want to see it all, keep watching as we countdown 15 land animals that messed with the wrong opponent part 2

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    Spider Vs Wasp

    When you hear of a tarantula hawk, or the red spider wasp, the first thing that comes to mind is it’s a hawk that eats tarantulas. Wrong! It is a spider wasp that hunts tarantulas. Tarantulas have earned a deadly reputation as a predator capable of killing mice, lizards and small birds. But the spiders run in fear of the tarantula hawk or spider wasp. The wasp preys on its namesake, engaging in a ferocious battle that leads to the spider being paralyzed with a highly painful sting. Once stung, the tarantula becomes paralyzed within seconds. The condition will last for the rest of its life.

    The wasp then drags the sleeping spider–which can be up to eight times its weight–to a burrow, lays an egg into the spider's still-alive abdomen, which serves as a host for the young. The young wasp devours the tarantula to develop into an adult, eating the non-essential organs first to keep it alive for as long as possible. These wasps have not only worked out how to successfully attack a predatory spider, but also to reserve the best meals for their most valuable offspring. The wasps can decide the sex of their baby by choosing whether to fertilize the egg. Fertilized eggs, produce females while males come from unfertilized eggs. The sting has been described as beyond imagination. It only lasts about 2 to 3 minutes, but it is unsurpassed in intensity by any other stinging insect.

    Stag Vs Bison

    The European bison is Europe's heaviest wild land animal, and individual bison may have been significantly larger in the past than modern bison. Bison were hunted to extinction in the wild throughout the early twentieth century. The red deer is a large deer, standing bold and tall. With its huge antlers, it is an unmistakable symbol of the Scottish Highlands, but it may also be found in northwest and southern England. This male red deer wants to challenge this European bison and the bison is ready to go. The bison has the size advantage, but the red dear is weaponized with these huge antlers. A clash would be interesting and I’m not sure who would come out on top.

    After running around in circles for a few seconds, the red deer finally decides to lower its head and clash with the bison, but it’s barely a hit. In this next clip, the bellowing sound of the Red Deer fills the fresh evening air. As autumn approaches, Red Deer Bulls begin to battle and attempt to amass a big herd of Red Deer cows with which to mate; the rutting season has begun. The Deer Bull challenges this European bison, bringing this adrenaline-fueled phase of battling for dominance ahead. It’s interesting to see that even though the red deer is much smaller than the bison, it can hold its own against the massive beast. The antlers help of course and I’m wondering if the bison feels any pain.

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  • LION VS GRIZZLY BEAR - Who Is The Strongest Predator?


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  • 15 Times The Deadly Leopard Hunted Its Prey


    The leopard is probably the most agile and versatile of the big cats. It always approaches a hunt with thought and usually always sneaks up on its prey and ambushes it, so it is successful most of the time. It also has the ability to climb trees, a place where the leopard likes to bring its kill, to keep it away from other predators or scavengers. Have you ever seen a leopard handle a snake? What about a jackal? If you are fascinated by leopards, it’s time to watch as we count down 15 times the deadly leopard that hunted its prey.

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    Leopard Vs Warthog

    Many leopards have been discovered with severe gashes from warthogs, and because of the dangers involved, only the larger male leopards will attempt to attack an adult warthog. Warthogs are tough cookies, and they are not easy prey to kill, but that doesn’t phase the leopard one bit, as you can see in this footage. This warthog is much bigger than the leopard and the leopard must work hard to make the kill, but it eventually flips the warthog over and suffocates it. In this next clip, two leopards gang up on a warthog, and they have no problem ending its life and enjoying their meal. This leopard is not having an easy time finishing off this warthog and the warthog almost gets away before the leopard bites it in the rear-end and holds on to it. It looks like this encounter is not going to have a happy ending. It’s one thing to hunt a warthog, but this leopard goes directly into the warthog’s den to snatch it while the warthog is watching “the bugs bunny road runner hour”. How audacious is that?

    Next, this leopard kills this smaller warthog, and it looks easy as the leopard is holding the warthog by the neck as if it weighs almost nothing. Next, for the sake of a Warthog meal, the Leopard puts his life on the line. As each animal strives to protect its own life, the Leopard and the Warthog become locked in mortal combat. In cases like this, Warthogs have been known to kill Leopards, and big male Leopards will regularly catch bigger Warthogs than this! In this video, a leopard comes flying out of nowhere to tackle this warthog, but the end result is not what all these tourists filming expect, as the warthog manages to escape the grips of the big cat. Finally, this leopard stands above a warthog’s burrow and as soon as the warthog comes outside for a breath of fresh air, the leopard makes its move. The warthog retreats into its burrow, but the leopard causes havoc and pulls it out of there, making the kill without a problem.

    Leopard Vs Porcupine

    Even with their prickly defenses, porcupines are preyed upon by several predators including leopards. It doesn’t mean it’s always easy for the big cats to kill a porcupine, but it happens. In this video, you can see how this leopard is trying to get under the porcupine’s belly to flip it over, but it’s not able to. Its body is filled with quills, so this hunt is not without consequences for the leopard, whatever the outcome is. However, the leopard manages to cut open the porcupine’s behind and is able to put its mouth on it to lift it up. The porcupine is definitely in trouble now, but I’m wondering if the kill was worth it for the cat when you see its face full of quills. How on earth is this leopard going to remove these quills? Our next leopard is gentler and barely brushes against the quills of this porcupine. It isn’t going to get hurt this way, but it isn’t going to hurt the porcupine either. Next, this leopard has killed a porcupine, but it doesn’t seem to be enjoying its meal. For some reason, it’s a little too spicy, if you get my drift! Finally, another porcupine bites the dust at the paws of a leopard. It seems like leopards are better than lions at hunting porcupines.

  • 15 Scariest and Deadliest Marine Animal Battles


    We have seen many land battles in our countdowns, but what’s going on underwater in the meantime? What happens when a few killer whales decide to attack a gray whale and her calf? Have you ever heard of the mantis shrimp? If you want to see some unbelievable battles underwater, keep watching as we count down the 15 scariest and deadliest marine animal battles.

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    Moray Eel VS Shark

    Sharks are fearsome predators, but they don't necessarily rule the food chain. In the first video, a massive moray eel turns the table on a shark that gets too close. The jaw of the moray eel is enormous and powerful. To be successful, the eel must bite the shark headfirst. The shark almost gets away while it is doing this, but the eel can catch it by the head and guide it into its mouth, where it is swallowed. In this next video, it's a completely different story. This time, a white tip shark gets into an altercation with a much smaller moray eel, and the shark drags the eel out of its hiding spot and into the sea. The eel strikes the shark in self-defense, but the shark continues to swim while holding the eel in its mouth. I think the clock has run out for the eel.

    Great White Shark Breaks Into Cage

    Watch this great white shark go ballistic and break into this diver’s cage and come out of the cage from the top. Everyone is worried and wondering if there was someone in the cage. I don’t understand. Don’t they know if there was someone in the cage? Low and behold, after a few seconds, a diver pops out of the cage, shaking and shocked about what just happened. Where was this diver when the shark went through the cage? This was shocking footage and left me bewildered and wondering for a moment. After lunging at the divers in this cage and being stuck between the bars, this great white shark bled to death. The shark is shown bleeding heavily before its lifeless body slides to the ocean's bottom in this disturbing video.

    If you ask me, that's another shocking outcome. This shark is looking for a way to get into the cage. Out of nowhere, an 18-footer shows up and the cage might not be strong enough to stop it. The diver is stuck in there, but that’s the safest place to be at the moment as long as the cage resists. A fierce great white shark slams into a diving cage full of thrill-seeking tourists. The clip was captured by a Canadian visitor who was on vacation in South Africa and decided to swim in the treacherous waters of Gansbaai, dubbed Shark Alley by locals. The Vancouver native admitted that the might of the majestic animal left him speechless when it went for a dangling piece of bait and missed, slamming through the protected enclosure. This great white shark pops out of the water with a fish in its mouth, and you can see for yourself, just how massive the shark is. It must be one hell of an experience to come face to face with one of these monsters.

    These mature females measuring close to fifteen feet in length each are checking out the diver in this cage. Next to these massive hunters, these plexiglass cages look extremely vulnerable, and the door is not shut well. Lower, in the shadows, in the deeper waters, the larger sharks lurk. The sharks try to get inside the cage as the diver struggles to keep the door of the cage closed. The onslaught is typically coming from both males and females which could mean, this is a mating ground for the sharks. This great white shark kills a seal in the bay of San Francisco. You can see all the blood spread out into the water as the people watching the scene react.

  • The Most Extreme Wild Animals Battles!


    From the incredible clash of African titans, the buffalo and the rhino, to the breathtaking brawl between two silverback gorillas at Omaha Zoo, here are the 10 most extreme animal fights!

  • 15 Epic And Deadliest Hunts By Wild Animals


    The only rule in the bush is that there are no rules. If you’re lucky enough to be on the winning side, you get to live another day, but no matter what, you always need to watch your back. If you want to see some of the most spectacular hunts in the bush, you’re at the right place, as we countdown 15 epics and deadliest hunts by wild animals

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    The cheetah isn't a big cat, but it's exceedingly quick, therefore the issue for this speedster isn't catching its prey, but bringing it down, especially because cheetahs usually hunt alone. Two male cheetahs hunt a wildebeest in this video, which was shot during the big wildebeest migration. The wildebeest is a powerful animal, and the cheetahs must use all their strength to bring it down without injuring themselves. They do it in the end and enjoy their supper. This cheetah snatches a piglet, and you can hear it squeal at the top of its lungs, but no one comes to its aid. A piglet for any cat, even the cheetah is a tiny meal. It’s more like an appetizer than a meal.

    Although the cheetah is better equipped than the ostrich for battle, killing an ostrich is far more difficult, and ostriches are much larger than cheetahs. The ostrich's feet are massive, and a single hack to the head of a cheetah could cause a lot of damage to a cheetah. The ostrich is also extraordinarily quick, reaching speeds of up to 50 km/h, but the cheetah is the fastest land mammal, albeit only for a short time. Let's see how things progress. The cheetah watches and moves in slowly until it picks up speed and races towards the ostrich, who has no idea what is going on. Okay, the ostrich senses something is pursuing it, so she accelerates and begins galloping. Another ostrich sprints past this ostrich, so now there are two ostriches.

    The more, the merrier for the cheetahs. She seemed to be yelling at the other to get out of the way or die! The cheetah chooses to pursue the slower of the two ostriches. A second cheetah joins the chase and attacks the ostrich from behind. The two cheetahs appear to be looking beneath a lady's skirt because of the ostrich's massive feathers. The ostrich tries to fight back and keeps fleeing, but a third cheetah has joined the chase. The cheetahs eventually bring the ostrich down and choke it to death, allowing them to devour a healthy meal.


    Martens are nocturnal, elusive, shy, and extremely intelligent. Because they are such lovely creatures, their fur is greatly sought. Martens will eat birds, fruit, nuts, insects, and carrion as an opportunistic feeder; hence it is a predatory animal that can kill considerably larger snowshoe hares and marmots. Watch this marten chase this hair. The marten is as athletic as the hare and manages to kill the hair without a problem. This marten battles a monkey, and it looks like the monkey is barely able to defend itself against the numerous strikes of the marten. The monkey is injured, making it extremely difficult for it to climb a tree so it can escape. It’s just a matter of time before the marten kills this poor monkey. This marten hunts a baby vampire elk, and it doesn’t take time before it has it under control and kills it

  • A whole herd of Lions eats a Buffalo || Wild Animals Hunting


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  • The Most Violent Fights Between Wild Animals


    From a wild boar struggling for survival against a tiger to a zebra attacked by a crocodile, here are some ruthless fights that have taken place between some animals and their predators!

  • 15 Times Animals Messed With the Wrong Opponent #3


    Sometimes, even predators take on more than they can chew. What animal do you think would win between a snake and a squirrel? What happens when a cat meets a goat? It’s time to find out as we count down 15 times animals messed with the wrong opponent Part 3.

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    Monkey Vs Cat

    This kitty cat stands his ground against three monkeys. The monkeys are much bigger than the cat and when two more monkeys join in, the cat is clearly outnumbered. The monkeys don’t attack it. They keep looking at it and ask themselves why the cat doesn’t look like them. This overhead view gives us a good look at a scuffle between a cat and a monkey. The video cuts short, so we don’t get to see how it ends. These naughty monkeys drag this poor little kitten around. The kitten meows, but it can’t do much to defend itself. The monkeys corner the kitten wherever it goes. The poor cat is terrified, but the monkeys don’t let up. However, the kitty is gutsy and doesn’t let its guard down for one second. These two seem to be friends, but the monkey tries to grab the cat’s leg and drag it outside. However, the cat is slightly bigger than our last cat and can fend the monkey off. Nevertheless, these two are buddies and mostly playing with one another.

    Hippo Vs Elephant

    Elephants and hippos are both very territorial, so what do you think happens when they meet? This hippo challenges these two elephants and is not afraid to show the elephants his huge canines by opening his mouth wide. The elephants are surprised by how many cavities the hippo has and refer him to a great dentist. While this hippo is basking in the sun, an elephant almost walks over it, and the hippo has no other choice but to get out of the way. I guess size counts when you live in the bush. The elephant keeps walking towards the hippo and once the hippo has had enough, he runs into the water to refresh himself. The elephants enter the water as well. It appears an elephant is taking a refreshing dip into hippo territory. Will the hippos allow this, or will they give they antagonize the elephant? I'm unsure if any of the hippos will be able to stand up to this elephant because of its massive tusks. In addition, the hippos appear to be having a great time at the beach, so why should they even bother? Everything is quiet in the hippo's waterhole, but this elephant is stomping towards the water, dangerously close to the hippos. It appears this elephant is looking for a fight. Perhaps he's having a tedious day. The hippos seem to be clearing the way for the elephant. Hippos do not fear elephants and will even bare their massive jaws and face off with them, but today too many of them had toothaches.

  • Big Battle Lion vs Tiger - The Lion Survive The Tiger Attack?


    Big cats are powerful, fast, patient and ruthless killing machines. Although there are many large cats that can be counted, our topic is the most powerful and dangerous ones, the Lion and the Tigers.

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  • 15 Most Powerful African Animals


    Many powerful animals roam the African savannah, some scarier than others. How dangerous do you think a pack of wild dogs is? What about Baboons? If you want to meet some formidable animals, stay tuned as we count down the 15 most powerful African animals.

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    Cape Buffalo

    The most remarkable thing about cape buffaloes is they’re so dangerous they’re known as the Black Death! These magnificent beasts are one of the five most difficult African species to hunt on foot, according to big game hunters. The other four members are the African lion, leopard, African elephant, and rhinoceros, although the cape buffalo kills more big game hunters than the other four animals combined. Although the Cape Buffalo is an herbivorous bovine, effectively a plant-eating cow, it is aggressive and spiteful. There are several reports of them using their legendary memories and incredible perseverance to wreak retribution on hunters who shoot at or damage them, displaying perhaps a bit more intelligence than a standard bovine.

    Hunting groups have been stalked by Cape buffalo, who have hidden in wait and ambushed their pursuers. Thousands of people are said to be charged each year. With the points of their massive, curving horns or by head butting with their boss, a thick horn shield that surrounds the skull where the horns emerge, they may attack and cause considerable injury. The largest males can weigh up to 2,000 pounds and stand 6 feet tall at the shoulder, and it takes about ten years to achieve full size. Large predators rarely attack fully developed buffalo, but frail adults and calves are prey for lions. Attacking any individual of a Cape buffalo herd is dangerous even for a big pride of lions. Many lions have succumbed to the Cape buffalo's lethal horns, and herd members would rush to one another's rescue.


    The lion is a huge, muscular cat with short legs and a long body and is often referred to as the king of the jungle. The size and look of males and females differ significantly. The male's most distinguishing feature is his mane, which differs between individuals and communities. It can be completely absent, fringed around the face, or full and shaggy, covering the back of the head, neck, and shoulders and going across the throat and chest to join a fringe along the belly. The mane and fringe of certain lions are extremely dark, practically black, giving the animal a magnificent aspect. Males with manes appear larger, which can be used to intimidate rivals or impress potential mates. A fully grown adult reaches around 3 and a half feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 370–500 pounds.

    Lions eat a wide range of animals, from mice and baboons to Cape Buffalo and hippos, although they prefer to hunt medium- to large-sized hoofed mammals like wildebeests, zebras, and antelopes. Geographically, as well as between nearby pride, prey choices differ. Elephants and giraffes have been known to be taken by lions, but only when they are young or unwell. They devour any flesh they can get their paws on, including carrion and new kills scavenged from hyenas, cheetahs, and wild dogs. Lionesses who live in open savannas conduct most of the hunting, while males often eat from the females' kills. Male lions, on the other hand, are skilled hunters and hunt often in some locations. In scrub or woodland habitats, pride males spend less time with the ladies and hunt most of their own food. Male nomads must always be self-sufficient in terms of food. No one likes to tangle with a lion because it is a fearless animal

  • Crocodiles Eat each Others Parts


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  • 15 Times Rhinos And Buffalos Take The Stage!


    Rhinos are extremely powerful animals and not many animals can challenge them physically. Buffalos on the other hand are somewhat smaller but can become aggressive if provoked, and they have a great memory. Which one is more powerful? Let’s find out as we countdown 15 times rhinos and buffalos take the stage.

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    Buffalo VS Leopard

    Leopards are adept and elusive hunters with powerful jaws, yet they aren't massive felines. A leopard would find it difficult to take on an adult buffalo, so it attacks a small calf that is more in its league. When it finally clutches the calf, it nearly appears like it wants to kiss it. It's executed with such delicacy; you would think the leopard wants to adopt it instead of eating it. When a leopard tries to capture a buffalo calf, it gets a taste of its own medicine. The leopard is promptly attacked by the mother, who slams its horns into it. Before it becomes the hunted, the leopard has no choice but to abandon the chase and run for the hills. But there are no hills, so it hides in a tree, where the herd runs too, to see if they rattle the tree and make the leopard fall to the ground.

    This buffalo comes looking for this leopard hiding on top of a tree log. The buffalo seems to be telling the leopard to come down to see what happens to him if he does, but the leopard remains high up on the log because it’s no dummy. Once the buffalo leaves, the leopard jumps to the ground and scouts the area, to make sure the buffalo is gone for good. Near a lake, a Leopard subadult male was relaxing. After a while, he decides to go exploring in search of something interesting to eat. A few moments later, he finds the perfect opportunity to enjoy the perfect meal. A mother buffalo and her newborn calf walk straight to the edge of the lake.

    The leopard recognizes the opportunity from afar and begins pursuing the prey. When the calf comes close enough for a surprise ambush, the leopard goes all out to bring it down. The calf is grabbed from the forehead rather than the throat by the inexperienced leopard. As a result, the enormous mother buffalo has a chance to defend her young, which she takes advantage of by ramming into the small leopard and driving him away.

    Buffalo VS Hippo

    Predators prey on hippos in a variety of ways. Young hippos have been preyed on by Nile crocodiles, lions, and spotted hyenas. Adult hippos, on the other hand, are rarely preyed upon by other animals due to their great size and violent disposition. Cape buffaloes are one of Africa's most lethal animals, with annual fatalities second only to hippos. So what happens when these two mastodons clash? This hippo doesn’t want any other animal enjoying a day at his beach and it includes this herd of buffalos. With its mouth wide open, it runs around, warning all the buffalos to leave and by the looks of it, it’s the last call. One by one, the buffalos begin to disperse, until they have all taken off, but that doesn’t stop the mighty hippo from chasing them away until the beach is completely empty. This hippo extends its mouth wide as if warning the buffalo of an impending attack, yet the buffalo remains unmoved. The hippo charges the buffalo with its mouth open, attempting to crush it as it drags it into the water. The buffalo doesn't do anything other than get pushed around.

  • 15 Moments When Animals Are Hunted Around Water!!


    In the wild, drinking water or hanging around a waterhole isn’t always the safest thing an animal can do. At times, it’s even quite risky. Have you ever seen what happens to certain animals that venture too close to waterholes to drink? Whether or not you have, you will want to see this, as we count down 15 moments when animals are hunted around water.

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    Crocodile Attack Wildebeest

    These wildebeest are drinking water and appear utterly unaware of what lurks beneath the surface, but only for a short time, like this crocodile leaps out of the water to snare one. Wildebeest must continually be wary of the big crocodile when they go to waterholes to drink. These gigantic reptiles can emerge from the water at any time and attack, which is exactly what happens in this video. As the herd escapes, the wildebeest is dragged into the water. Because the wildebeest are confused and thirsty, they must choose between drinking and maybe dying or not drinking and possibly dying from dehydration.

    They return to the waterhole despite the presence of an armada of crocodiles and the capture of a few more wildebeest occurs. The herd dashes away for good this time. Monkeys get their tickets to watch the show as the final wildebeest is devoured. All the crocodiles must do in this video is snag one of the wildebeests as they cross the river. In the end, it's a numbers game, and if it's not your turn, you'll be lucky to live another day, but a crocodile tears this wildebeest away from the rest and begins the destruction process. These wildebeest are crossing a river, but the current is so strong that one of them is dragged away and ends up alongside a crocodile. The crocodile tries to attack it and even catches it for a brief while, but the current aids the wildebeest in escaping and running out of the water.

    Others are not so fortunate and are attacked and sunk to be eaten by the reptiles. The crocodile is taking advantage of this wildebeest, which is caught in a precarious predicament. At first, the crocodile is unable to grab it but eventually succeeds in doing so and drags it closer so it can devour it. This crocodile has isolated this wildebeest, but the crocodile is having a difficult time getting a good bite in there. The crocodile can't get a good grip on the wildebeest's skin since it's so slippery. The wildebeest remains still, presumably contemplating a way out of its dilemma. When it finally tries to walk out of the water, the crocodile manages to turn it over, causing it to collapse to the side, effectively sealing the reptile's face.

    Baboon Attack Flamingo

    This baboon goes for the kill when it runs through the water to snatch a pink flamingo and just when you think it will come out empty-handed, it makes a kill. The flamingoes run for their lives when a baboon begins to chase them, and when the last flamingo begins to fly away, the baboon jumps into the air just like an outfielder trying to catch a ball about to go over the fence and makes an amazing grab. This baboon tries to prep this flamingo for lunch, but it looks like it’s the first time it does this. It grabs the bird by the neck and bites its head and chest and then jumps into the air with the bird still in its mouth and alive and feathers fly all over the place. I mean, this guy’s kitchen is a mess!

  • 15 times crocodiles and alligators messed with the wrong opponent.


    Crocodiles are powerful apex predators, but it doesn’t mean they always come out on top. Some animals give them a run for their money and sometimes even defeat them. Sometimes they’re just having a bad day and things don’t go as expected. Do you think crocodiles are always successful when they hunt otters? What about big cats? Let’s find out together as we countdown 15 times crocodiles and alligators messed with the wrong opponent.

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    A troop of baboons can challenge even a big cat if they organize themselves but, in the water, against a crocodile, I don’t know how well they would fair. The attachment between a mother and her newborn baboon is quite profound, and they have a daily pattern that is like ours. Baboons are highly adaptable creatures that can be found in a wide range of settings in Central Africa. In this video, a smaller crocodile has snatched a baby baboon, but its mother jumps the crocodile and doesn’t give up until the crocodile lets the baby go which it eventually does, but the damage is already done. The mother baboon walks away with its baby in its arms, mourning its death. You can see in this video what I mean when I say a troop of baboons can manage to defeat a smaller crocodile.

    Not all the baboons are courageous enough to jump the crocodile, but a few of them are gutsier than the others and once they go for it, the others join in the frenzy. This next clip shows a baboon fighting for its life, trying to get out of a crocodile’s jaws. I must say, the baboon’s strength is impressive considering the crocodile’s pressure is immense. The poor baboon gets away, but it looks like it has some serious injuries to deal with and there are no hospitals in the vicinity. Finally, a Grey Langur had its arm trapped in the jaws of a Mugger Crocodile while drinking water. The battle lasted over an hour as the monkey fought for its life. Later, the monkey was able to free its arm from the jaws of its assailant. However, during the fight, the monkey broke its limb, which can be fatal in the wild.

    Wild Boar

    Wild boars are powerful animals that can move quickly. In the event of an attack, adult males' canines may cause severe injuries. However, when going up against a crocodile, the odds are against the wild boar. The crocodile is just too powerful, especially if the confrontation takes place in the water. In our first clip, this crocodile gets out of the water and sneaks up on some baby hogs. It looks like it’s going to be a cakewalk for the crocodile, but the entire family comes to the rescue and prevents the crocodile from approaching the youngsters. In this next clip, a bunch of wild hogs is in the water and an alligator approaches them.

    The humans are throwing food close to the alligator as if they want one of the hogs to be ambushed by the alligator. A seriously deranged bunch of humans if you ask me. What had to happen, happens and the alligator attacks the hog, leaving it no chance. I don’t think wild pigs have a chance in hell against a crocodile or alligator attack when they’re in the water. Finally, this warthog pulls a few dances moves a la “James Brown” and manages to escape the grip of this mighty crocodile

  • Top 10 Strongest Predators In The Wild


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    They are designed for one ultimate task - to kill. Built with the strongest muscles, biggest jaws, and unrelenting stamina, these are the top 10 strongest predators in the wild.

    Number 1 - Tiger

    The tiger sits at the top of our list as the strongest predator in the world. And yes, there have been face-offs between a lion and a tiger, and tigers always seem to have the upper hand.

    It is not difficult to see why. Tigers are bigger and simply stronger than lions. They are in fact, the largest big cat on the planet. They sit comfortably atop the food chain.

    In hunting, tigers have mastered the art of laying an ambush. These animals can stay undetected in the bushes for up to 30 minutes, waiting and studying its prey, looking for the perfect moment to strike.

    In dealing the fatal blow, tigers go straight for the neck of their prey, wrapping their powerful jaws around it and suffocating their prey to death. They execute this with the precision and power of a beast born with raw killer instincts.

    Number 2 - Lion

    The king of the jungle needs no special introduction. The lion is the second largest cat in the wild. Although it is called the king of the jungle, lions are actually found in the great savanna regions and not in jungles.

    Truthfully, however, it is the undisputed king of this region as no animal can truly challenge the lion. No one comes close to the sheer power and strength that it wields. Lions are social animals, living in packs called prides, led by a super strong alpha male whose job it is to protect his pride from outsiders.

    On the other hand, the female lions are saddled with the responsibility of hunting for food. They work together as a team, and together, make for some of the best hunters in the wild. They are perfectly evolved for the rigours that come with hunting.

    Number 3 - Crocodile

    These ancient beasts are one of the most efficient hunters in the animal kingdom and Nile crocodiles are the largest and the most dangerous of the crocodile species. These merciless killers are equipped with one of the most powerful jaws on the planet as they are able to deliver up to 4000 psi of bite force.

    Imagine that amount of force driven into bone and flesh by the numerous razor-sharp conical teeth lining its jaw. We've mentioned a number of ambush predators on our list, but very few animals do it better than crocodiles.

    Crocodiles rely on stealth in their hunting. They carefully swim underneath the surface of the water undetected by unsuspecting prey which could be deer, zebras or wildebeests. After watching carefully for a while, crocodiles pounce on their prey in a split second, dragging their catch underwater.

    And while twisting and turning, the crocodiles tear their prey into pieces. It's a harrowing sight. But it also speaks to the masterful hunting abilities of the Great Nile Crocodile.

    Number 4 - Leopard

    The leopard is reputed to be the most aggressive of all the big cats. It is said that the fact that they have to compete with two other big cats, lions and tigers, contributes to their increased aggression.

    Leopards are talented hunters and they usually do their hunting at night. Unlike lions, leopards hunt alone, keeping their catch to themselves. They are very skilled tree climbers and will typically carry their catch with them to the top of a tree so they feast undisturbed.

    Number 5 - Jaguar

    The jaguar shares a close relationship with the leopard. In fact you'll be forgiven to mistake a jaguar for a leopard. Jaguars however are predominantly only found in America. In fact they are the only big cats found in America.

    Their close relatives, on the other hand, leopards, live in Africa and Asia. Jaguars aren't as aggressive as their cousins, leopards. However, when it's time for the hunt, their true ferocity is brought to the fore.

    Jaguars are ambush predators, lying in wait carefully before springing a surprise attack on their prey. They pounce with so much force and aggression that their prey stand virtually no chance of getting out alive.

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    Using their sheer numbers, predators like lions and leopards are harassed out of their meals as the hyenas take over, selfishly devouring the prey.

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    “In total, they had taken 5 calves and the buffaloes could not do anything about it. Although this was so exciting to see, it was also very sad and exceptionally gruesome to watch. It took between 15 - 30 minutes for the calves to die and they continued bleating the whole time. It was gut-wrenching. We left shortly after the last calf succumbed.”

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