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Leopard vs hyena, when the fourth feline meets the anus master, who is the second brother in Africa?

Time:2023-03-27 15:13:23 author:Rare species Read:836次
Leopard vs hyena, when the fourth feline meets the anus master, who is the second brother in Africa?

Working leopard vs spotted hyena, one is the fast and powerful fourth cat of the cat family, and the other is the brutal master of anal digging. If these two beasts have a one-on-one frontal hard anus, who will have the last laugh? In this issue, the Director of the Exploration Bureau will decrypt it for you.

1. Competitors

The leopard, a member of the subgenus Leopard, is generally considered the fourth Big cat, second only to lions, tigers and jaguars. According to DNA gene sequence research, the earliest history of leopards can be traced back to about 11.3 million years ago. The leopard is very adaptable and is the most widely distributed of all cats. They can be seen from sub-Saharan Africa to the Arabian Peninsula, from southern Turkey to the Sinai Desert in southwestern Asia, from the Himalayas to the Russian Far East, and most of China, India, Sri Lanka and Java. These habitats include a variety of terrains, such as rainforests, deserts, plateaus, savannahs, coastal scrub and swamps, etc., enough to prove the adaptability of working leopards. Although there are 4 species in the hyena family, we usually refer to the spotted hyena as the hyena, and it is also the largest and most powerful in the hyena family. The scientific community generally believes that hyenas first appeared in the middle Miocene 23 million years ago, and they were widely distributed, even in my country. Today, hyenas live only in sub-Saharan Africa, but their densities vary widely across the region. In some areas, such as the forests of Mount Kenya, we see very few hyenas, while in the Galenzetti plains, especially the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, there is a high concentration of spotted hyenas. These creatures are extremely adaptable and can survive in semi-deserts, savannahs, thickets and mountain forests. This is a highly misunderstood animal known for being cunning and cruel. Regarding hyenas, many people have a misunderstanding, thinking that it is a canine, and some people think that it is a cat; but in fact it is an independent hyena, which is no different from dogs and cats; and from the perspective of species classification, cats are Family and Canidae are more closely related because both are cleft foot suborders, while hyenas belong to the feline suborder. Isn't it surprising? The cat family is not a cat suborder!

2. Combat power competition

Let's look at the working leopard first. The body length of the leopard is between 0.9-1.9 meters and the tail is 64-99 cm. Males and females vary widely, with females typically weighing between 21-60 kg and males reaching 36-75 kg. The body of this big cat is very slender and contains the high muscle density and bone density of felines, which also makes them super athletic; their sharp claws are up to 8.3 cm, in addition to being able to effectively kill the enemy, They also maintain a strong grip; at the same time, their tails are long and thick for balance. All these three conditions have created the ability of working leopards to be stronger than lions and tigers - climbing trees! The tree-climbing here is not a question of ability, but a question of agility. In addition, working leopards have wide heads, large skulls, and well-developed upper and lower jaw muscles, which also allow their bite force to reach 350 psi. Although not very strong, coupled with its 6.4 cm long canine teeth, it is enough to seriously injure any animal. Like most cats, leopards are very good at ambush, so they can use their explosive power and powerful weapons to kill their prey in a short time to achieve a quick killing effect. We move on to the hyena. In contrast to leopards, female hyenas are generally around 10% larger than males. Their body length is about 0.9-1.7 meters and their weight is between 62-70 kg. The fur on this animal is short, brown or grey with black spots, hence the name. Hyenas have longer forelimbs than hind legs, and when they are excited to run, they are especially shaped like a giraffe. The spotted hyena's most powerful weapon has three aspects. The first is the defensive end, their skin is very thick and can be a very thick armor. The second is the offensive end, they are full of blood and muscular, which also makes them very powerful. The most impressive thing is their bite force, which reaches a terrifying 1100psi, which is higher than that of lions and tigers, which is really unimaginable. And it is worth noting that hyenas are also good swimmers, and their speed in the water has reached 50km/h. When it comes to the ultimate move, in addition to the group advantage, the hyena's famous stunt must be "pulling the anus"! Every time they fight, they will look at each other's anus, and then open it directly, letting the other party die slowly and painfully.

3. The Ultimate Battle

After the above analysis, it is time to fight! Leopard vs Hyena, who is stronger? To be honest, this is a very interesting matchup, as both sides live in the same habitat and have a lot of war experience. Although leopards are often seen being driven away, that was also driven by a pack of hyenas. Although we jokingly call leopards working leopards, because the prey they hunt are often snatched by hyena groups, that is to say, they work for hyenas in vain. But there is a premise here, that is, hyenas must be in groups, leopards will be afraid, if it is one, can it beat a leopard? The hyena has always been known as the "second brother in Africa", and that is only when it has a group advantage. If it is one-on-one, can it really outperform the leopard? From the data above, we can see that the largest female hyena and the largest male leopard weigh about the same, and both are very powerful and tough predators. Therefore, the two sides are evenly divided in strength and size, and neither can take advantage of the other. The aggression is similar, both sides are very warlike beasts. We focus on the bite, athleticism and arsenal of both sides. In terms of bite force, the bite force of the hyena is almost three times that of the leopard, which is its most dominant point. In terms of athletic ability, as a cat, the leopard has faster speed and reaction ability, and its body balance and flexibility are much higher than that of the hyena. And we have seen the performance of hyenas in this regard, which is basically a bit "clumsy". In terms of arsenal, leopards have pointed and sharper canine teeth, their hind legs are muscular enough to attack from a standing position, and their claws are long, sharp, and retractable. In addition to the thick canine teeth, hyenas really have no other weapons that can be used. If the two are really hard anus, although the hyena's bite force is very strong, the leopard is so flexible that it will not let the hyena bite itself, let alone be pierced. And even though the hyena's hide is thick, the leopard's canine teeth and claws are long and sharp enough to scratch and pierce this layer of armor. Taking a ten thousand steps back, even if the leopard can't fight, it will still climb trees to save its life; and once the hyena is defeated, then only death awaits it! It has also been proven in many videos that when it comes to one-on-one, leopards are not afraid of hyenas at all. Therefore, in the end, the director believes that if the two sides face off against each other, the leopard will have a 58.3% chance of defeating the hyena, which is the second strongest beast in Africa after the lion! Do you agree with the Secretary's analysis and conclusions? Welcome to express your opinion in the comment area.


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