A leopard caught an impala, and immediately other predators came in to do the scavenging (first Wild Dogs, then Hyenas). All while the impala is still alive!
“While sitting eating supper and looking out at the water We noticed the gannets gathering. There were more than usual. They flew in a circular formation much like a swirling hurricane. Then they began to dive.”
CAUTION, Video Can Be Disturbing!
The people on LiveLeak tend to be … um … ruthless with their comments (but very funny at the same time… you know what I mean?). Since this took place at the Beijing Badaling Wildlife Park, the top comment is this one… with a rejoinder:
- Tigers gonna be hungry in an hour.
- Hahaha that fried rice and chicken balls never leaves you satisfied.
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