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Animal vs. Animal Pictorial; These are accounts of natural confrontations.
(05-16-2019, 11:00 PM)Canidae Wrote:




With her eyes fixed on the pack, Cecil’s daughter crouched and started to stalk, and in the flash of a moment, she pounced and managed to grab one of the dogs. As you can hear on the audio of the video, the Somalisa guests were in a slight state of shock, as the attack of the lioness came rather immediate and as a surprise.

The lioness held onto the wild dog for long time which seemed lifeless in her grip and many already believed it was already dead, as it stayed completely still. The Somalisa guests felt helpless for the captured wild dog and had almost given up hope for him. When another member of the pack approached the lioness, she sprang into action, attacking the other wild dog ferociously.
Then, to the surprise of everyone watching, the previously caught wild dog got up and was able to make his escape. The guests were very relieved at this and were amazed to see how the wild dog was able to pretend to be dead for so long.
Both wild dogs have been confirmed to have survived the attack unharmed. This incident took place two or so weeks ago and our follow up sees that the wild dog, named “Notch,” is still alive and seemingly healthy, which is a relief as he is the alpha male of the pack, which we call the “Kennedy pack.” The alpha female, called “Storm” is very pregnant, so some pups are hopefully on the way as well. We couldn't identify the second dog grabbed but it has also been confirmed to have survived. 


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If the lioness wants it, she will kill dog in seconds. It is known that leopard killed two adult wild dogs in seconds.

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Lol, if she didn’t want to kill it, why did she go out of her way to make the attempt? Hell, she even starts walking off with it because she, along with the onlookers, were fooled into thinking it was dead. Then she drops it and goes after another one and voila, it turns out it’s alive. How hard is that to rationalize? Unless you think the lioness purposefully let it live despite demonstrating behavior typical of something that thinks it killed something?
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Quote:It is known that leopard killed two adult wild dogs in seconds.
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The subadult green anaconda kills the adult ocelot.

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Enter the page to see the information that came with the image: in April 1994 something unusual was found in a farm, a green anaconda that killed and fed on an adult ocelot.
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Forest elephant charges a gorilla in Gabon

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