Discussion in 'Humorous Jokes, Stories or Pictures' started by observe, Oct 29, 2013.
Predator and prey
One confused predator... the prey is headed the other way!
Is the predator a Hyena? I'm not sure about the prey, I'm thinking kudu? I don't know too much about these things. Oh wait, is this a trick question? I'm so gullible if it is.
I'd reckon spotted Hyena back and Kudu front..
On a smaller note a jackal and impala ??
But that's just to be different from everyone else
I'm going for Jackal and Wart hog.
Whatever it is its feet are facing 2 different directions
Young Kudu headed south, he is laying about 30-31 meters south of where this photo was taken. The Female hyena is headed north, with a full belly.
Now I'm wondering what on earth could make a spoor like this...?? :lookaround::daydreaming:
Volvo...connecting people! :bighello:
Bongo and African Wild Dog :headscratch:
That would be a couple of homosapiens probably between the ages of 16 and 24. They were there between the hours of midnight and 0400. I would say one male and one female but you can't always tell these days. :wink:
I'm going with Hyena and a warthog.
The suspense is killing me Observe. Is there an answer to this question yet? I'm starting to go a bit crazy. I looked a few pics of tracks on the internet and so far I think I have the Hyena correct. However I have to concur with Stretch and say that the prey track might be a warthog as opposed to my earlier choice of a kudu. What's the ETA of the answer to the puzzle? Pure torture I say, I need to know.
just to be different and having never seen them, a wolf and white tail deer....opcorn:
:rofl: By George I think you've got it. :thumb:
First photo I'm going to say Bat eared Fox and Common Duiker.
Ok, here is the next question. Which track is older?
I want to see that Whitetail! What a monster.
Well, in my humble opinion, judging from the size of that spoor and by the prominent 'nail ' marks, I would also go for spotted hyena...
Spotted Hyaena tracks show claws on the ground. The front footprint is always larger than the hind one
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