Survival Fight: Impala fights against all odds as its guts spill out, fighting to preserve life against a savage pack of hungry wild dogs - Media News 48

Survival Fight: Impala fights against all odds as its guts spill out, fighting to preserve life against a savage pack of hungry wild dogs

*Not for sensitive viewers* This impala fought hard to the end to save its life, despite horrific injuries received from a pack of hungry wild dogs.

This impala fought hard to the end to save its life, despite horrific injuries received from a pack of hungry wild dogs. It is a very emotional sight to see and understand why they say that mother nature is not for ladybugs…

“After camping for twenty-two days in the Kruger National Park, we were on our way home leaving Satara camp early, heading towards the Phabeni gate. As always, we had mixed feelings, a little sad to leave, but eager to see another amazing sighting.

At first, we were a little disappointed that we missed the actual capture by a few seconds, but the following moments were very intense and emotional.

The impala was still alive trying to stand up as the wild dog bit and tore the flesh from the stomach area.

The wild dog continued to bite and pull the impala with such force that the impala managed to stand up again, and for a moment we were left in disbelief and shock when we saw the impala’s intestines hanging out of its body while it was standing. still alive and fending off the wild dog.

The emotions in the vehicle soon changed to deep sadness for the brave impala, hoping its misery would end soon. It was heartbreaking to watch, he stood up very bravely to the wild dog, but it was hours before the rest of the pack began to arrive as the wild dog surrounded his prey and called for them to join the group. kill.

Once the rest of the herd arrived, the impala made one last attempt to defend itself from the herd, but within seconds they were upon it and knocked it down, and it eventually died.

This was truly an amazing sighting for us. We have seen wild dogs before in the park, lying under trees or trotting along the path or in the field, but never with prey. We were mesmerized for the entire 10 to 15 minutes with the entire interaction, only later did we fully realize what we had witnessed.

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