Best Wild Animal Chases | Top 5
The deep snow-covered trail has to be broken, forcing the wolves scattered through the bush to split up and reduce their effectiveness, but the storm doesn't engage which it has locked on its prey. It's a year-long bullfight. There is a big wolf in it. He could have managed to stop this 300 kg animal on his own, these are the first intimate pictures of Snow Leopard in the world. She greets her one-year-old police officer. Its den is well-chosen and has unusual views of the surrounding rocks on these treacherous slopes. No hunter other than the snow leopard will have a chance to catch such agile prey. A young woman makes an easy target. A large hole gives an excellent grip and this long tail helps to balance it. Silently, she puts herself above her prey. But here is a group of not just two but three cheetah brothers. They have changed their tactics and by doing so they have taken their prey by surprise. They have learned that by working together they can bring down the big prey. The ostrich, which becomes a tower over the leopard and is twice as heavy, cannot fly to avoid danger, but can kick it, which is not yet in danger. Despite all three, it is still very dangerous. If one is injured, the other two cannot expect to deal with such a large prey. On the other hand, if they get this right, the reward is huge. The man has seen one brother but only one is not worried about him. Then suddenly there are three women who are slow to realize the danger and the leopards change hands. The combined effort and weight of the three brothers to bring down this mighty birth still requires an ostrich to drop a deadly kick whose jarba would allow a hunter to find such a small sparse prey. Desert fox ears are 20 times more sensitive. We try to hide our own pockets, but the fox doesn't pierce like a sensitive nose. He is told that if he can squeeze the time for the jirga to show the legs of his secret weapons for the jirga, then he should dig there secretly. Hop more than ten times the length of your body, but long legs do not make it easy to hide when there is only one way left for them. Sometimes it is better to get under the jawbone, but the fox is faster. The jawbone loses only hope and has its last move on its sleeve. Hairy Feet A jolt of hair on the sole of her foot causes a sharp twist to wrap the sand in the desert's survival sand. Fox is hungry in the desert tonight.