In the world of social media, it’s common for some people to act tough that it’s easy for them to just throw hateful comments to others without feeling guilty. But behind the screens, these trolls are considered cowards who hide behind their keyboards who are not likely to retaliate once the situation changes. It turns out that the same thing can happen in the animal world.
Just like the dogs in the video below, which are seen ready to tear each other apart if it weren’t only for the gate getting in the way. The dogs are observed crazily barking and even snapping at each other despite the gate separating them.
These dogs look like they are ready to tear each other apart.
First, it was one versus two…
Then it became one versus three.
You’d think that if that the gate was not there in the first place, a brawl would inevitably ensue – but you just might be disappointed by what happens next.
Just as the gate slides to open, you would expect to see a savage brawl. You might start to assume that the dog on the left side, one that has no companion, would easily lose the brawl since there are three of them waiting on the other side of the gate. But it turns out nothing of that sort happened.
Watch the video below for the hilarious reaction from dogs once the gate opens.
Not one of them even dared to make the first move to attack. Well, at least none of them got hurt.
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A China Zoo’s Chubby Tigers Cause Giggles But Also Alarm Over the Big Cats’ Health
These fat tigers are far from cute. They are very “ill”, according to an animal expert.
Tigers are majestic animals. They are fierce, strong, muscular creatures that blend with the tall grass and trees in the forest when they hunt their prey. And they are relentless when they stalk.
All this perceived ferocious predatory imagery, however, suddenly melts away when visitors at the Siberian Tiger Park in northeastern China’s Harbin City behold the plump jungle cats lying around their enclosure.
Two Siberian tigers in the wild.
Game Warden Shoots at Two Deer with Tangled Antlers, Frees Them with One “Lucky Shot”
With one bullet shot, two beautiful animals get another chance to survive.
Deer, despite their seemingly gentle nature, can be vicious animals when provoked. This is especially true during mating season when randy bucks fight for dominance over who gets to mate with available females.
Sometimes it is a fight to the death.
In these cases, the bucks get trapped and are unable to free themselves. They struggle against one another to free themselves. ...
Ruthless Rangers of Kaziranga Effectively Protects Rhinos By Shooting Poachers on Sight
Giving them a dose of their own medicine – but at what cost?
According to a report by the BBC, the Kaziranga National Park is home to two-thirds of the world’s population of Indian one-horned rhinocheros. Located in Assam, India, the park was established a century ago and is now administered and managed by the Forest Department of the Government of Assam.
Back in the days, only a few rhinos were in the park. The number has now grown to 2,400 because of their conservation effort – and controversial approach towards the problem of poaching.
At Kaziranga, park rangers are authorized to shoot and kill poachers.
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