Animals are always involved in some type of conflict, whether when they are looking for food, or just relaxing. Sometimes the most unexpected of conflicts occur between two animals you would never expect. Have you ever seen a catfight with a mantis? What about some crows trying to intimidate a bald eagle? If you want to see some unusual conflicts, keep watching, as we look at the most unusual hunting moments of all time caught on camera.
Cat VS Coyote
A coyote takes a stroll through a residential neighborhood and a cat follows the coyote as if the two are playing hide and seek. Either that or the cat is playing watchdog and chasing the coyote away from the neighborhood. If that’s the case, this cat should get a medal for bravery. These coyotes attack this alley cat and before the coyotes can kill the cat, he gives them a hell of a fight.
You can hear the coyote lament himself because the cat is scratching his face, but the cat had no chance against two much larger predators. A coyote ambushes a cat, and the cat tries to escape, by bouncing off the barn wall, but it doesn’t work. The coyote corners the cat and just when it looks like it’s all over, the coyote abandons the hunt.
Giraffe VS Giraffe
These two male giraffes dislike each other, and the younger of the two believes he has a better chance of winning, so he attacks the older male. A couple of strikes usually ends a fight, but the stakes are high. The loser will be forced to live in exile in the desert. When the older male goes for the legs, the younger male is too strong and knocks the older male to the ground.
He is aware that the younger male will deliver the knockout blow, but he avoids it by striking his opponent in the stomach and knocking him out. The old man keeps his reign alive. A ferocious bull-giraffe fight can last for hours. The giraffes try to knock each other off balance by aiming strikes at their opponents’ legs. Bull giraffes weigh around 1500 kg, which, combined with their 2 m long necks, gives them the strength and muscle needed to fight for mating rights. These two giraffes fight, and one of them gets its leg stuck on the back of the other giraffe. I’m not sure if it’s on purpose, but it keeps it there for a long time. Aside from that, they avoid each other’s neck blows for the time being. Perhaps they’re just putting their skills to the test.
In the video below, you can see Most Merciless Battles Between Wild Animals Only Encountered Once In A Lifetime
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