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Botswana staged a wolf vulture war intense



 According to the British "Daily Mail" reported on September 21, Australia 56-year-old photographer Mark Moore (Marc Mol) in Botswana Kalahari hunting reserve filming a group of wolves to protect food and war 6 vultures Photos, pictures of exciting.
In the photo, a wolf overcomes gravity and jumps into the air, fighting a bald eagle. The vultures, hungry and unprepared, expose their claws to the wolves' prey. However, the face of six bald eagles, determined wolves are not prepared to fight without a fight. These bald eagles in front of the wolves are not dominant, wolves agile, while resisting the offensive holding their prey quickly escape. But this war is not easy, take a full 10 minutes.

According to reports, the wolves mostly eat animal carcasses, but long legs and curved canines also make it an excellent hunter, predatory birds and reptiles of small animals. The bald eagle seldom attacks on robust animals, they prefer to wait for the other carnivores to eat leftover debris. In addition, this speculative bird will go to intimidation, catch up with small size animals, looking for opportunities to steal their dinner.
 
In the photo, a wolf overcomes gravity and jumps into the air, fighting a bald eagle. The vultures, hungry and unprepared, expose their claws to the wolves' prey. However, the face of six bald eagles, determined wolves are not prepared to fight without a fight. These bald eagles in front of the wolves are not dominant, wolves agile, while resisting the offensive holding their prey quickly escape. But this war is not easy, take a full 10 minutes.


According to reports, the wolves mostly animal carcasses for food, but long legs and curved canines also make it a good hunter, predatory birds and reptiles of small animals. The bald eagles rarely attack robust animals, they prefer to wait for the other carnivores to eat leftover debris. In addition, this speculative bird will go to intimidation, catch up with small size animals, looking for opportunities to steal their dinner.

Source: Xinhua Type: reproduced
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