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If you were out on the snow with your snowmobile and spotted a bear, what would you do? Okay, we can't actually hear your answer, but we assume you said you'd ride off in the opposite direction. These guys, however, decided to drive next to the bear and film it. Judging by the bear's reaction, that was the wrong move.

via ViralHog

Then, how many lions does it take to hunt a porcupine? More than seven, at least. Tourists at Kruger National Park saw a pack of male lions surrounding a porcupine, but they weren't having very much luck. Eventually, they had to give up, unless they wanted a mane made of spiky quills. 

via Kruger Sightings

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