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An incredible sighting of a wildebeest struggling to free itself from a crocodile after it was caught in its massive jaws at Londolozi Game Reserve, bordering the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

The struggle lasted over 90 minutes and eventually the wildebeest manages to free itself. A short while later, as it tries to move away from the waters edge, it finally collapses and is discovered by the Camp Pan male leopard who proceeds to feed on it.





 
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A Python fought, wrestled and then swallowed a crocodile, a dramatic 5 hours of long battle.
The incident was captured on camera by author Tiffany Corlis at Lake Moondarra in Queensland, Australia. The python measuring around 10ft - constricted the crocodile to death, before dragging it to shore and eating it whole in front of a shocked crowd of onlookers.




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Incident take place in National Park of Bangalore, India when suddenly two White Tiger started fighting in wild.
it got really intense.Both tigers started injuring each other badly then to stop them driver pushed vehicle directly in them to push them apart.




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(05-07-2014, 02:06 AM)'sanjay' Wrote: Incident take place in National Park of Bangalore, India when suddenly two White Tiger started fighting in wild.
it got really intense.Both tigers started injuring each other badly then to stop them driver pushed vehicle directly in them to push them apart.





 

WOW nice video.
This shows how small captive Bengals compared to wild Bengals.


 
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Battle of Kruger

A battle between a pride of lions, a herd of buffalo, and 2 crocodiles at a watering hole in South Africa's Kruger National Park while on safari.




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This is most famous video ever taken by tourist
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There's an exhibit at the Bronx Zoo in New York where sea otters have the water part of the exhibit and monkeys have the land portion which has tree branches overhanging the water. I'm guessing they don't enjoy being neighbors.





 
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This is great video where Leaping Lion Catches Antelope In Mid Air.



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A leopard hunting down a Baboon. Crazy how deep both fell but stayed well.

Found one comment to be quite interesting. ,,Not intelligence. The baboon had intelligence. The leopard has cold calculating instincts with experience. This is why animals as intelligent as us rarely exists. Instincts means the blueprint for a master hunter is already encoded. Intelligence requires learning. This is why we nearly went extinct in the early stages but once out population grew and knowledge accumulated, intelilgence reversed the table on instincts."

 
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(07-08-2014, 03:00 AM)'Wanderfalke' Wrote:




A leopard hunting down a Baboon. Crazy how deep both fell but stayed well.

Found one comment to be quite interesting. ,,Not intelligence. The baboon had intelligence. The leopard has cold calculating instincts with experience. This is why animals as intelligent as us rarely exists. Instincts means the blueprint for a master hunter is already encoded. Intelligence requires learning. This is why we nearly went extinct in the early stages but once out population grew and knowledge accumulated, intelilgence reversed the table on instincts."

 

 

That is a foolish statement, intellegence or instinct. You're arguing semantics.
Instinct is to hunt, intellegece is setting a trap to hunt, but is'nt that instinct to hide etc... At the end of the day, intelligence is adapting and surviving.
Look at a moose, they have evolved sealed nasal passages so they can eat subbmerged vegitation. This gives them a major advantage over all herbivore competitors, is it instinct? Is it intellegence that they learned that water supported their food? Its to vague to try and determine that. All you can do is go off of problem solving, eye witness statements, evolutionary advantages, brain size relative to body size, etc.. Even then, there are exceptions to every rule.

 I also like this statement
"This is why we nearly went extinct in the early stages but once out population grew"
Our existence flourished because dinosaurs went extinct, we live in a very stable time for agriculture and we stopped relying on hunting and gathering, etc... There are so many extenuating circumstances that contributed to the rise of man. If the dinosaurs don't go extinct, we evolve from them instead of mammals. It's very interesting to think about, but to think that we can say one is instinct and the other is intelligence is not right, imo.
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Great find Wanderfalke
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the discussion about white tiger has been moved to http://wildfact.com/forum/topic-white-ti...-and-myths

Keep posting good videos here.
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Big Male tiger video from Jim Corbett national park, India.



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Again a big male tiger from tala zone, bandhavghar may 2009 India.



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(05-07-2014, 01:51 AM)'sanjay' Wrote: A Python fought, wrestled and then swallowed a crocodile, a dramatic 5 hours of long battle.
The incident was captured on camera by author Tiffany Corlis at Lake Moondarra in Queensland, Australia. The python measuring around 10ft - constricted the crocodile to death, before dragging it to shore and eating it whole in front of a shocked crowd of onlookers.





 



What species of python is this ?
 
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