Animal behavior

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DL

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The behavioral sequence filmed is remarkable at least – if not incredible. Also a graphic display of the utility of horns. You should see 3 species....



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU8DDYz68kM
 

farmboy

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AMAZING, THE CALF WAS STILL ALIVE AND THEY GOT IT BACK :eek: THE BUFFALO'S LEFT TO GET THE REST AND GET THE LIONS, AND THE LIONS TUG O' WAR WITH THE CROC :eek: VERY NICE WILDLIFE IN ITS NATURAL SETTING, AND A TRUE DEMONSTRAITION OF SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST :eek:
 

knabe

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it's a good thing those things aren't polled, as they would be if they attended  city college of san francisco

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/06/12/BAGFJQDI5O1.DTL&hw=gun&sn=002&sc=1000

again, that's pelosi's district.  it's amazing the buffalo didn't impale himself as any dogooder should.
 

chambero

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I never watch anything on TV but Discovery Channel, History Channel, etc. with an occaionsal HBO stint.  This clip would fit right in.  Its impossible to beat real life.
 

genes

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Wow that was awesome (well all except for the ill feeling I get watching unsteady home videos....I really should have turned off full screen but I was so captivated).

So many interesting points in there.  One of my early thoughts was "I thought lions didn't like water" so I was a little surprised how fast the second and third ones jumped in - hunting instinct is stronger I guess .  But then that one lion was looking to go in and just couldn't seem to make herself do it.  I think it's interesting to see the individual personalities like that.

Oh and the fact that the calf managed to get up and go back to the herd after all that :eek:
 
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