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The above image shows an example of cooperation in which the indian wild dogs are seen working together and stalking their off-camera prey.

The above image shows an example of cooperation in which the indian wild dogs are seen working together and stalking their off-camera prey.

it's a joke of prey predator that shows a fox was trying to kill the sheep and eat it but the sheet defeated him and cut his head

it's a joke of prey predator that shows a fox was trying to kill the sheep and eat it but the sheet defeated him and cut his head

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canidae

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canidae

Indian wild dog by N. A. Naseer.jpg

Indian wild dog by N. A. Naseer.jpg

I won't have the crab legs, however, I love all the other food represented, and even other food yet, all vegetarian styled.

I won't have the crab legs, however, I love all the other food represented, and even other food yet, all vegetarian styled.

Hanuman or Grey or Common Langur (Semnopithecus entellus) group grooming a dog, Rajasthan, India

Hanuman or Grey or Common Langur (Semnopithecus entellus) group grooming a dog, Rajasthan, India

Urocyon cinereoargenteus - Grey Fox -- Sighted: Goshen,  NY across from the horse farm

Urocyon cinereoargenteus - Grey Fox -- Sighted: Goshen, NY across from the horse farm

This baby crocodile seemed to have mistaken a giant hippo for a rock, lying across it to bask in the sun. Even when the hippo began to move, the young crocodile didn’t get the hint and remained in position. The three ton beast apparently didn’t seem bothered by the reptile on its back, and gave it 15-minute piggy back ride in the Kruger National Park, South Africa.

This baby crocodile seemed to have mistaken a giant hippo for a rock, lying across it to bask in the sun. Even when the hippo began to move, the young crocodile didn’t get the hint and remained in position. The three ton beast apparently didn’t seem bothered by the reptile on its back, and gave it 15-minute piggy back ride in the Kruger National Park, South Africa.

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