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badboy007 3 years ago
What an amazing animal.
I wanted to see the lions try to bite it
rutz 3 years ago
nodisc2 3 years ago
Sometimes the best offense is a good defense
ringmaster 3 years ago
I understand them. They were almost pinned down.
01nvr 3 years ago
Love the way the adult lions know that they can't touch a porcupine but still let their kids play with it
irishgek 3 years ago
Does the bloody thing have any natural predators ? what can get near enough to kill it ?
soultanos 3 years ago
djah! King of the jungle, big deal...
max2000 3 years ago
uff, found it here http://www.snotr.com/video/5026 how time flies on a summertime holiday.
banzemanga 3 years ago
I would have loved to see a lion getting stung though.
gringo 3 years ago
This one's lucky he didn't pass near Bear Grylls http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2K-QpfMoOVM
Mafu 3 years ago
? ? Can't touch this ? ...diiidiiidiidii ? Cant touch this..lalalallala! ?
Its a shame that nowadays while watching any documentaries, you feel like the guy talking in the video is talking to 4 year olds.
tree4free 3 years ago
#11 You are absolutely right.
what is this supposed to, be some kind of kids show. If people need to listen to commentators who speak like that guy from kindergarten animal videotapes, then something's wrong with our education or the government is trying to make us dumber. I really don't know but i don't like it.
Baboon 3 years ago
#6 good question, I made my researchs:
In northern climates, a natural predator of the porcupine, the fisher, is sometimes introduced into an area to control porcupine populations. Fishers are a type of weasel and are about the size of a large house cat. Other predators of the porcupine include the bobcat, and where found, the timber wolf, and wolverine. These animals are quick, and are able to flip the porcupine onto to its back in order to expose it’s soft, unprotected belly. In Oklahoma, only the bobcat, and occasionally the coyote, are natural predators of the porcupine.
The Fisher: http://nopests.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/fisher1.jpg
(The fisher hunts cats as well so keep'em inside)
Timber Wolf: http://www.themahoganyblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/timber_wolf.jpg
lockandload 3 years ago
well said #3
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InfiniteBoredom 3 years ago
Why don't they use a stick.
zerorain 3 years ago
Thats not fair hes got shanks!!!
3 years ago
320 x 240 px
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