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Canids Interactions - Interspecific Conflicts

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 Raxit Gor‎-Indian Grey Wolves & Wild Boar 
Don't misunderstand that these wolves are trying to hunt wild boar. 
On the contarory this wild boar wanted to scavenge on black buck kill of these wolves and was trying to push these wolves away. 

At the end, wovles have to settle with one leg piece each and wild boar got his share of remaining part of kill.
"ssshhh...listen to the rain"...
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( This post was last modified: 05-25-2019, 04:32 AM by Shadow )

Honey badgers have reputation to be able to irritate bigger animals. Looks like that sometimes they get payback too. Here one funny incident in that way, that this time it is honey badger getting frustrated and going away.

https://www.wildcard.co.za/cape-foxes-challenge-honey-badger/
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