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Felids Interactions - Interspecific Conflicts

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Felines all over The world has competition with other carnivores. All from The famous battles between Lions and Hyenas to The scottish wildcat's competition with The red fox. 
Aswell as their own kind, some leopards and Lions may eat a rival from their own spicies.

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Lions kills a female leopard.
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Leopards are uppertunistic as few other cat's and feeds on both jackals, and smaller wild felines 

 
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Eurasian lyng hunts red fox.
 
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young male leopard killed by a male lion
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lioness kills a female leopard
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a young male leopard attacked by 2-3 young lionesses, said to have died from Injuries.


 
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Lions kill wild dogs
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Caracal with wild cat kill
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Caracal in action 

 
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Some lion vs hyenas pictures. 

 
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Some more leopard 

 
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Lion and cheetah 


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Lioness with wild dog kill
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one of The notch boy's going after a Cheetah, luckily she escaped.
 
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Great thread, and good initiative Pantherinae.
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(09-02-2014, 05:26 AM)'Pantherinae' Wrote:
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Eurasian lyng hunts red fox.
 

 


I have never seen a Eurasian lynx hunting on a fox before I have read it, so tfc!
 
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Nice images Pantherinae.

Lions eating a Leopard Kill





Lions Kill young Leopard



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Leopard kills young lion and hauls it up a tree, young male lion kills and eats pregnant cheetah
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