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10 Unbelievable animals that saved other animals

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Yes, the dog really knows how you are in the mood

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His Royalty the White Bengal Tiger

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Mongooses and snakes are each other’s deadliest opponents. When they face off, the outcome is utterly unpredictable. A mongoose is lightning fast and has razor-sharp teeth and lightning speed. A black mamba can kill 15 grown men with just one bite. The snake relies on its venom to sedate the victim, but the mongoose is …

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The video below includes some of the most remarkable stories of animals who have saved the lives of humans. From pigs to horses to dolphins, these animals sensed that there was danger and sprang into action before the victim even knew what was going on. Animals are AWESOME!

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Mother raccoon that was more than determined to protect her children from the keen interest of a bobcat.The raccoon decisively opted that offense is the best form of defense and forced the predator to flee the scene. Running at terrific speed, the bobcat made a whistling sound as its body cut through the air, but in the end, the feline had …

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Once kept as illegal pets, the bear Baloo, tiger Shere Khan, and lion Leo share a brotherly bond despite how unbelievable it might seem. The trio who came out of the same dire circumstances of being held in cages under a drug dealer’s home in Atlanta, captured the public’s heart with their unlikely friendship.   …

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Katmai National Park and Reserve gives a rare glimpse of brown bears close up in the wild. The site is a passage for sockeye salmon returning from the ocean, to the grounds of Lake Brooks. Brown bears are known to gather during the salmon runs in July and September to feed on the plentiful fish. …

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Watch this man successfully hatch the tiniest egg you have ever seen. By accident he got two of the smallest bird eggs and incubated them. This little bird is called a wren. Small and chunky, a fully grown bird is only 4 inches. A number of unrelated birds of small size or wrenlike appearance are …

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Never underestimate hippos speed by its physical size. Hippos may seem like gentle, whimsical animals, but any naturalist will tell you not only can a hippopotamus open its mouth at a 180 degree angle, but it can bite an unwary tourist completely in half with a ferocious force of 2,000 pounds per square inch. Watch …

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In courtship display, the male performs a ballerina-like dance with its elongated black plumes spread around skirt-like, right below the iridescent breast shield. During the spectacular dance, he shakes his head and neck rapidly to show the brilliance of his inverted silver triangle-shaped head adornment to attending females. Watch the video below for more:   …

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Incredible footage has emerged of the cunning leopard hiding in the grass before jumping high into the air and attempting to pluck an unsuspecting stork from the sky. The quick-thinking bird manages to escape the cat’s clutches with just millimetres to spare before flying away and leaving the leopard with its tail between its legs.   …

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It sounds like the sort of argument you’d hear in a bar at the end of a boozy night: Who would win in a fight to the death — a leopard or a crocodile? In some parts of the world , the question is hardly hypothetical. For more informations you can watch the video bellow:   …

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