16 Moments Prey Take Down Predators With Their Horns
Whenever we watch predators hunt their prey, we always feel like the poor victims are defenseless. Well, in this countdown, we have put together a series of videos where you can see predators get a taste of their own medicine. If you like to cheer for the underdog, it’s time to watch as we countdown 16 moments when prey takes down predators with their horns.
Gazelle Vs Cheetah
The cheetah isn’t the biggest cat, but it’s the fastest, so when it goes on the hunt, it’s not easy to getaway. However, the gazelle is also extremely fast and is equipped with a pair of longhorns that can do some damage. In this sequence, a cheetah decides to hunt a gazelle. It’s a race between two of the fastest land animals in the world. The cheetah hangs on to the gazelle's rearend, but it’s not easy for the cheetah to hold on. The gazelle is big and strong and keeps kicking the cheetah, which is having an awfully hard time getting a stranglehold on the gazelle.
The cheetah gets some help from its cubs, but it’s still very difficult for them to bring the gazelle down. The gazelle can move the adult cheetah which allows it to stab it in the mid-section and drive the cheetah into the ground. The horns of the gazelle are piercing the flesh of the cheetah and eventually, the gazelle escapes. The gazelle is not in great shape, but the cheetah is in even worse shape. You can see her side has been ruptured by the gazelle’s horns. With this injury, the cheetah will not be able to hunt and it could mean the end for her and her cubs.
Cheetah Vs Impala
This next battle is between a cheetah and an impala. The impala gives the cheetah a hell of a fight and it almost looks like the impala is going to overpower the feisty cat when it has it turned on its back and almost pinned to the ground. However, the cheetah manages to grab the impala by the neck and tries suffocating it. The impala is in trouble, gasping for its life as the cheetah cubs wait impatiently for mom to prepare dinner.
The cheetah, figuring the impala is dead, drops it to the ground and the cubs run in to begin eating. However, the impala, being the great actor that it is, was faking its death and runs out of there as fast as it can, enough for it to escape the grasp of the exhausted cat. That’s what happens when you serve dinner and it’s not well-cooked.
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