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Carnivorous animals interract (excluding felids)

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A thread dedicated to carnivorous animals interracting with eachother, (excluding felids inerracting with other felids)
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Dhole and Golden jackal 

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Polar bear killing some dogs, I think it killed 5 and injured 8 if I remember correctly 

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Red fox and Wolf 

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Sloth bear and leopard 

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Red fox and Imperial eagle 

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Red fox killing atric fox 

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Spotted Hyena with leopard kill.
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Hyena vs awd



Hyena that was harassing the dogs and the newborn pups. This was a picture taken as he got very close to the den site, and then realized he was too close!



The dogs pursued the Hyena chasing him far away from the den site. Good dogs!



On the last day we found one of the male dogs "White Stripe" badly injured from a Hyena attack. The Hyena chewed his back and legs,

and in the process broke three of his legs very badly. The rangers had to come and put him out of his misery. He seemed unconscious

from the time we found him right until the ranger was about to pull the trigger, and then for some reason he opened his eyes one last time.


http://www.sifakaphoto.com/southafrica/wilddogs.html 






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Brown hyena vs wild dogs. 

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Indian Mongoose vs monitor 

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Wild dogs chase Cheetah 

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Wolverine vs wolf in Finland 

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Jackals kill bat-eared fox
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Wolf and massive brown bear
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( This post was last modified: 01-19-2019, 07:08 PM by Pantherinae )

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I don’t know how to share an istagram post, my bad, but very cool picture of hyenas actually catching a wild dog, then the dog is finished. 
Here is the picture anyways

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( This post was last modified: 02-09-2019, 10:33 PM by Siegfried )

Pretty sure the above pic is of cannibalistic hyenas. Upon review, maybe not. Hard to say. AWDs seem to have more contrast in the color of their muzzle and head fur,
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(02-09-2019, 10:30 PM)Siegfried Wrote: Pretty sure the above pic is of cannibalistic hyenas.

Nope it is a wild dog. I can clearly see it is one. You can see there are still white spots and markings on the killed dog, which are not found on hyenas.
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Hyena with a golden Jackal 

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Brown Hyena and black backed jackal
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Fantastic video of a striped hyena battle wolves, India or Arabia I would think. 
Spectacular video. 



The hyena is definitely bigger, but holds up very well greatly outnumbered for the second time caught on video, striped and brown hyenas are tough and almost tougher than spotted hyenas against packs of canids. I have seen lone brown hyenas steal from 5 wild dogs, have never seen lone spotted hyenas do that. Maybe because they know the rest will arrive soon.
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I discovered this video between two wild canids (wolves) and two domestic canids (two tibetan mastiffs):




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