In nature, organisms basically follow the laws of the “food chain”…
There is a reciprocal relationship between predators and prey, few organisms have a hybrid type, the boundary of the “link” is broken, many organisms gradually appear predation between species, especially when the organism lacks food, the phenomenon of cannibalism between species is more likely to occur.
But having said that, the competition between different species is only for a small number of organisms and not on a large scale, if large-scale organisms have interspecies predation, the earth has certainly entered one of the most extreme regimes, look at an organism.
Python swallows cow
The gaur, a large bison, native to Southeast Asia, is not known to be a predator of snakes. However, wildlife camera footage in an Australian outback shows the bull stalking and killing a large snake before devouring the whole thing.
Suffice it to say, cows and snakes are not a carnivorous relationship in the food chain so it is extraordinary for a cow to swallow a snake, and this “food chain” breakthrough happened in the mountains of northern Australia. About 300 km from Lake Nash in the area, a worker happened to take a group of photos, witnessing the process of cows swallowing snakes, the first cow to swallow the first person with the head of a python.
Everyone knows that cattle are generally herbivorous and can’t mostly eat meat, and we’ve never seen cattle eat snakes, and this time the cow swallowed the snake’s head, the other parts were still there. So the naturalist suspects that the cow may have lost some protein and trace elements. At the same time, it is also possible that the cow discovered unusual food, so it threw away the rest of the snake and left, but the specific answer is not clear, because this does not follow the law of the biological chain.
The incident also serves as a reminder of the complex and often unpredictable nature of the animal kingdom. As humans, we must continue to study and appreciate the incredible diversity of life that exists on our planet, and work to protect and preserve it for future generations.
While the gaur’s behavior may seem bizarre and unexpected, it is a testament to the resilience and adaptability of the natural world. And who knows what other surprises and wonders await us as we continue to explore and learn about the mysteries of the animal kingdom.