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In South Africa, a huge python was creeping up on a bushbuck. After the snake stalked the bushbuck for a while, the bushbuck ended up getting away without the snake attacking it. Maybe the python realized that its eyes were bigger than its stomach.

via Kruger Sightings

Over in Brazil, a jaguar was in a tree while sneaking up on a caiman. Then the jaguar lept off the tree and into the water, where it wrestled with the caiman. The person who recorded the dramatic hunt said that the jaguar ended up winning the battle.

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