The Quick Reflexes Of The Wildebeest Before The Attack Of The King Crocodile

Crocodiles are considered one of the тʏρᴇѕof ᴄɑгпɪᴠᴏгᴇѕ, possessing incredible hunting speed, known as a natural ᴋɪʟʟᴇг with a multitude of ԀᴇɑԀʟʏ scary “ⱳᴇɑρᴏпѕ”. Few animals can escape its attack, but recently, there have been exceptions.

Crocodiles are ferocious animals

Lucky animal

An amusing short video captured by wildlife photographer Johan Vermeulen shows the extraordinary reflexes of an antelope at its “moment of Ԁᴇɑтһ”. In the video, the antelope can be seen sensing a threat below the still river, but still crept over to drink from its thirst. The animal did not know that the huge predator so close was also waiting for this, and was approaching gently.

The threat is approaching

Spotting the enemy, the antelope promptly jumped backward. After that, it immediately rotated 180 degrees to escape. Missing the bait, the crocodile slowly retreated to the lake, continuing to lie down and wait for the next opportunity.

Antelope’s amazing reflex takes away the crocodile swamp king’s meal

In addition to its vast size, which is considered the largest freshwater predator in the world, the Nile crocodile also scares people with its sharp teeth and terrifying bite force. Any prey that appeared in their sight was almost impossible to avoid Ԁᴇɑтһ.

About antelope

The bush antelope (Tragelaphus scriptus) is found quite commonly in sub-Saharan Africa. Their habitat is quite diverse, from tropical forests, montane forests, mosaic savanna, savanna grasslands… This antelope is medium sized, about 90 cm tall, weighing 45 – 80 kg). Unlike most antelope species, this species usually moves alone and rarely in groups.
They have light brown fur, with white stripes and white spots on the sides. In addition, on the body they often appear white patches on the ears, chin, tail, legs and neck. Only male gazelles have horns. However, the horns of this animal are very sharp, pointing straight up and can do great damage to predators if they are caught off guard.
Linh is one of the fastest animals in the world and can reach speeds of nearly 90 km/h. Their agility helps them evade predators. They can also jump up to 9m high. Impalas usually avoid contact with lions in the lagoon by drinking water during the hot part of the day, when the big fish take a nap.

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Video resource: John Vermeulen

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