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Predator - prey relationships
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Jaguar catches a vulture.

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#32
Smol Carpet Python dispatches larger Lace Goanna

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#33
Cougar takes a big jump and catches a duck (anas sp.)





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 Zebra survived after crocodile attack and then the zebra was killed by leopard


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It isn't every day that you find a leopard feasting on a Honey Badger. Well that was the case on safari in Djuma last year. So what happened? It seems unlikely that a leopard would kill a Honey Badger, but if that isn't the case, then.....well,  the case remains open.

http://www.ontracksafaris.co.uk/page1/bl...Will%20Fox

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Python caught adult hyena (There is no difference for a python. Domestic dog or hyena)

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#35
Asiatic Lion kills:

The Asiatic Lion hunts seem to be not well observed. Here are a few. Just warning you about the chatty tourists


Lion killing Nilgai (Blue Bull):







Lion kills Sambar Deer:







Lion feeds Axis or Chital deer to her cubs:


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^ From here: https://www.arkive.org/lion/panthera-leo...pe08c.html
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#36
Every dog has its day

 March 17, 2018  MalaMala
Text: Ranger Pieter van Wyk

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Every dog has its day. However, for one particular Cape hunting dog, Thursday wasn’t the type of day referred to in the popular idiom. Whilst viewing 4 members of the Kambula pride and numerous elephants in the Sand River, a commotion was heard upstream. Closer inspection revealed something quite incredible. A scene that very few people have ever witnessed met our eyes.
A crocodile had just latched onto a Cape hunting dog! 2 other crocodiles arrived on the scene shortly after and competed for the spoils. The death of every Cape hunting dog is blow to the species’ attempt at recovery. But at least we can take comfort in the fact that this individual died in the wild, naturally, as all wildlife should.


http://blog.malamala.com/index.php/2018/03/every-dog/
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Wolves and an elk face off in Yellowstone National Park. Credit: Dan Stahler, National Park Service
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(09-06-2018, 09:58 PM)Taipan Wrote: Every dog has its day

 March 17, 2018  MalaMala
Text: Ranger Pieter van Wyk

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Every dog has its day. However, for one particular Cape hunting dog, Thursday wasn’t the type of day referred to in the popular idiom. Whilst viewing 4 members of the Kambula pride and numerous elephants in the Sand River, a commotion was heard upstream. Closer inspection revealed something quite incredible. A scene that very few people have ever witnessed met our eyes.
A crocodile had just latched onto a Cape hunting dog! 2 other crocodiles arrived on the scene shortly after and competed for the spoils. The death of every Cape hunting dog is blow to the species’ attempt at recovery. But at least we can take comfort in the fact that this individual died in the wild, naturally, as all wildlife should.


http://blog.malamala.com/index.php/2018/03/every-dog/

Another unlucky wild dog

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#39
Lion kills Ostrich:







Leopard kills Ostrich:



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#40
Puma hunting hare in the Torres del Paine



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#41
Jaguaress and cub share an anaconda kill.

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A female Wolf in Yellowstone hunting an entire herd of Caribou all by herself. She is a resilient individual:


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#43
Leopard kills peacock. Sorry if video is bad quality.



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#44
Yellow-throated Marten attack mouse deer





apparently, the mouse deer asked for help from people, it seems that the marten does not care about the presence of people and tries to catch it
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