HORROR. Wild dogs eat live warthog (Warning Graphic)

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  1. MXZT Red Belt Platinum Member

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    "They're hungry. What do you want? This is life." Well said by that woman.

     
  2. gspieler Silver Belt

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    Painted dogs are absolutely ruthless. Something like 85% kill rate. They coordinate on teams well, have cardio for days, and just wear down prey until they can no longer defend themselves, and proceed to get eaten alive.
     
  3. Zookeeper Gabe Animal Feces Engineer

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    That’s not horror, that’s just nature. {<Scared}
     
  4. MXZT Red Belt Platinum Member

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    I agree totally.
     
  5. Sakurabaism Black Belt

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    Aww look at them wagging their tails. Cute. Poor Pumba though.
     
  6. TheWorm Silver Belt

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    News flash: predators eat prey
     
  7. supnmunm Brown Belt

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    I'd like to see these can crushers try this shit on a Sherbro raised game pit.
     
  8. MXZT Red Belt Platinum Member

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    Yeah that's captain obvious. But have you seen this kind of display before? Where the animal being eaten alive? I honestly haven't seen one this blatantly graphic before.
     
  9. Felis Brown Belt

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    I think I've seen one with african wilddogs and some sort of antilope that I recall being more gruesome, iirc partly because there were less dogs so it took longer.
    Don't really want to go back and check tho..

    Getting eaten alive seems to be not a rare occurence at all in nature, unfortunately.
     
  10. Halifax Lego

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    I saw a worse one yesterday with a Hyena tearing the entrails out of a buck. The buck stood up and its parts were hanging
     
  11. MXZT Red Belt Platinum Member

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    Did the Hyena eat the buck?
     
  12. R.I.P. KMS Red Belt

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    That Life show (I think?) bit on those dogs hunting was quite fascinating

    Incredibly smart predators
     
  13. Schoolboy Q Silver Belt

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    I remember watching this video of Komodo Dragons eating a deer alive, it was pretty rad.
     
  14. TheWorm Silver Belt

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    Yes, lots. Here’s a baboon eating a baby gazelle while it’s still alive

     
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    Beautiful. Fucking hog screaming like a bitch while it gets shredded. I saw one where hyenas eat a zebra. The zebra goes into shock after blood loss and starts vibrating. Was funny.
     
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    I'm so grateful to be a human being.
     
  17. faustian I AM NOT A MONSTER Platinum Member

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    Wow dude you're hardcore
     
  18. Roghog Banned Banned

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    So predictable
     
  19. faustian I AM NOT A MONSTER Platinum Member

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  20. Badger67 Taxidea taxus

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    They can also mimic some birds sounds when stalking apparently, allowing them to get closer.

    Ive seen them in our zoo they are beautiful in person
     

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