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MyVision22 104 days ago
Happy for Zebra
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blockedusername 104 days ago
whats up with all this japanese credits???
Jim777 104 days ago
lioness choked on dinner...
Alucard 104 days ago
#2 Actually it's Korean
cocofoshosho 104 days ago
shit im sure shes bothered about her pride lol
mebbe 104 days ago
they're adapting, copying our dna!
huldu 104 days ago
In a world without infections that zebra might have survived. I've seen animals with far less injuries die from the infection alone... sad reality
Zeri 103 days ago
Alex and Marty always like to play
beerholder 103 days ago
When watching a lion documentary: "Go, lion, kill that Zebra, feed your children!
When wathcing a Zebra documentary: "Dammit, lion, leave that zebra alone, eat grass, you murderous beast!"
ImprsdBySmartVid 103 days ago
#7, huldu: that's not sure. Sometimes wounds heals without any help, with no infection or minor infections. Flies and their eggs could also be a danger for the stallion. For sure the stallion would have died from infections if it was a varan's bites instead of a lioness.
I think the lioness was not so hungry, or was tired by the struggle. Why don't she uses her claws more? The stallion was more powerful and more clever this time, it seems! His scars will make him a star in his herd!
herial 103 days ago
yet again: a zebra TRY to drown a lionESSSSSS...
Eisenhorn 102 days ago
#2 Well hello there you little inbred redneck! Welcome to the world! In here, we speak many different languages. Not only english.
104 days ago
320 x 240 px
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