History KillerRabbit / RealLife

17th Jun '18 11:47:33 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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** '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MHUlVIJy94 this youtube video]]''' shows a mother rabbit dealing a world of pain to the large snake trying to eat her babies. The serpent can't get away fast enough.
** New Yorkers have supposedly [[http://www.inquisitr.com/1724008/wild-meat-eating-rabbits-thrive-in-new-york-city/ photographed]] a group of feral rabbits that eat (among other scraps) chicken wings. ('''Warning:''' DontTryThisAtHome.)

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** '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MHUlVIJy94 this youtube video]]''' shows a [[MamaBear mother rabbit rabbit]] dealing a world of pain to the large snake trying to eat her babies. The serpent can't get away fast enough.
** New Yorkers have supposedly [[http://www.inquisitr.com/1724008/wild-meat-eating-rabbits-thrive-in-new-york-city/ photographed]] a group of feral rabbits that eat (among other scraps) [[AscendedToCarnivorism chicken wings.wings]]. ('''Warning:''' DontTryThisAtHome.)
1st May '18 1:23:47 PM AdamElY
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** Otters, especially one account of a river otter killing an alligator and eating it.
21st Apr '18 11:25:39 AM Malady
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** [[TheSimpsons "Don't kid yourself Jimmy, if a cow ever got the chance, he'd kill you, and everyone you cared about!"]]

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** [[TheSimpsons [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons "Don't kid yourself Jimmy, if a cow ever got the chance, he'd kill you, and everyone you cared about!"]]
2nd Apr '18 8:14:20 PM Mullane
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* Giraffes, despite being the tallest land animal, seem like [[GentleGiant gentle, peaceful giants]], but one decides to reenact a certain scene in Jurassic park in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWEGZjacd3Y. To ward off predators, they have powerful kicks that can disembowel a lion.

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* Giraffes, despite being the tallest land animal, seem like [[GentleGiant gentle, peaceful giants]], but one decides to reenact a certain scene in Jurassic park in this video https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWEGZjacd3Y.com/watch?v=jWEGZjacd3Y this video]]. To ward off predators, they have powerful kicks that can disembowel a lion.
30th Mar '18 7:24:50 PM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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** There are some videos that shows one particular goose aggressively harassing and battling ''' ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6ZHvNDvHd8 an angry elephant.]]'' ''' And yes, the elephant is actually fighting back: charging, swatting, kicking, and ''punching'' the goose, with blows quick and powerful enough to kill anything else. Yet the bird keeps going ''and it still gives the giant animal hell.''
17th Mar '18 11:09:57 AM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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** It is not just humans or crocodiles they attack, as any unfortunate impala or buffalo in their space can attest to. In fact, Hippos are so unpredictable and aggressive, that some Hippos can and will take on animals above their weight class like elephants and rhinos. There is even a video out there of a Hippo ''savagely killing a Rhino bigger than it'' by biting and drowning it in a watering hole.


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* Giraffes, despite being the tallest land animal, seem like [[GentleGiant gentle, peaceful giants]], but one decides to reenact a certain scene in Jurassic park in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWEGZjacd3Y. To ward off predators, they have powerful kicks that can disembowel a lion.
9th Mar '18 4:46:01 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* Mustelids (ferrets, minks, weasels, martens, sables, polecats, otters, badgers, skunks and wolverines) are unbelievably strong for their size. They are not afraid to fight back fiercely when threatened by greater predators, despite their cute, fluffy appearance. There's a reason why [[PersonAsVerb badger is a verb]] and {{Wolverine}} is a superhero. The ''entire group'' has this trait making them some of the deadliest predators in their habitat.

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* Mustelids (ferrets, minks, weasels, martens, sables, polecats, otters, badgers, skunks and wolverines) are unbelievably strong for their size. They are not afraid to fight back fiercely when threatened by greater predators, despite their cute, fluffy appearance. There's a reason why [[PersonAsVerb badger is a verb]] and {{Wolverine}} is a superhero. The ''entire group'' has this trait making them some of the deadliest predators in their habitat.
9th Mar '18 4:33:04 PM Delphi
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* [[HumansAreWarriors Humans]]. We are much cuter ([[MostWritersAreHuman from a human point of view, at least]]) and weaker than many animals, and can eat things that are not supposed to be eaten by anything (spicy foods are supposed to be repulsive to mammals, potatoes, almonds and many other foods are poisonous and yet we found a way to make them edible, and blowfish is supposed to be an insta-kill but we have not only decided that it is a delicacy, we have started farming the fish), and have ''eaten many animals bigger than us'' that were unlucky enough to first meet humans after we had perfected our hunting techniques (big animals that are still around were either lucky enough to see us perfecting our techniques and learned to fear us, lucky enough to live near better preys and have time to learn to fear us while we exterminated something else, or lucky enough to be domesticated) to extinction. Everything fearsome on this world, including [[BearsAreBadNews bears]], [[ThreateningShark sharks]], tigers, crocodile, and pretty much anything on this list, fear starving humans, because, with modern hunting techniques and weapons, the only reason they're still alive is that ''we learned restraint''.

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* [[HumansAreWarriors Humans]]. We are much cuter ([[MostWritersAreHuman from a human point of view, at least]]) and weaker than many animals, and can eat things that are not supposed to be eaten by anything (spicy foods are supposed to be repulsive to mammals, potatoes, almonds and many other foods are poisonous and yet we found a way to not only make them edible, but base entire cuisines around them) and blowfish is supposed to be an insta-kill but we have not only decided that it is a delicacy, we have started farming the fish), and have ''eaten many animals bigger than us'' that were unlucky enough to first meet humans after we had perfected our hunting techniques (big animals that are still around were either lucky enough to see us perfecting our techniques and learned to fear us, lucky enough to live near better preys and have time to learn to fear us while we exterminated something else, or lucky enough to be domesticated) to extinction. Everything fearsome on this world, including [[BearsAreBadNews bears]], [[ThreateningShark sharks]], tigers, crocodile, and pretty much anything on this list, fear starving humans, because, with modern hunting techniques and weapons, the only reason they're still alive is that ''we learned restraint''.
9th Mar '18 4:32:41 PM Delphi
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* Mustelids (ferrets, minks, weasels, martens, sables, polecats, otters, badgers and wolverines) are unbelievably strong for their size. They are not afraid to fight back fiercely when threatened by greater predators, despite their cute, fluffy appearance. There's a reason why [[PersonAsVerb badger is a verb]] and {{Wolverine}} is a superhero. The ''entire group'' has this trait making them some of the deadliest predators in their habitat.

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* Mustelids (ferrets, minks, weasels, martens, sables, polecats, otters, badgers badgers, skunks and wolverines) are unbelievably strong for their size. They are not afraid to fight back fiercely when threatened by greater predators, despite their cute, fluffy appearance. There's a reason why [[PersonAsVerb badger is a verb]] and {{Wolverine}} is a superhero. The ''entire group'' has this trait making them some of the deadliest predators in their habitat.



* Anteaters don't even have teeth, but they've got claws to compensate. And if you ever see one of these walking on their hind legs, run. It wants to hug you, and if you put two and two together, you'll realize it isn't a friendly hug (the biggest anteaters kill predators that way).

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* Anteaters don't even have teeth, but they've got claws to compensate. And if you ever see one of these walking on their hind legs, run. It wants to hug you, and if you put two and two together, you'll realize it isn't a friendly hug (the biggest anteaters kill predators that have been known to ''kill jaguars'' this way).
5th Mar '18 3:12:34 PM RoseAndHeather
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* Domesticated dogs and cats still have hunter's instincts, and will often attack small animals they come across even if they're not hungry. Cats in particular, due to their mobility and stealthiness, are well equipped to hunt down various small animals such as birds and rodents that might be lurking in your back yard. Because they don't need the food, cats will often just play with their catches rather than eat them. For an added bonus, cats have a lot of bacteria in their mouths, which can make their bites surprisingly nasty - second only to that of a human being, in terms of infectiousness. (If a cat bites you, and the bite leaves more than a scratch, ''go get medical treatment'') Cats were largely domesticated because their ancestors' presence was tolerated due to them being very good at pest control, which became extremely important around 10,000 years ago when humans decided to settle down and take up agriculture.

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* Domesticated dogs and cats still have hunter's instincts, and will often attack small animals they come across even if they're not hungry. Cats in particular, due to their mobility and stealthiness, are well equipped to hunt down various small animals such as birds and rodents that might be lurking in your back yard. Because they don't need the food, cats will often just play with their catches rather than eat them. For an added bonus, cats have a lot of bacteria in their mouths, which can make their bites surprisingly nasty - second only to that of a human being, in terms of infectiousness. (If a cat bites you, and the bite leaves more than a scratch, ''go get medical treatment'') treatment!'' Do not pass 'Go'. Do not collect $200. Just get yourself to urgent care, stat.) Cats were largely domesticated because their ancestors' presence was tolerated due to them being very good at pest control, which became extremely important around 10,000 years ago when humans decided to settle down and take up agriculture.
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