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Puma had to pay the price when hunting the wrong Guanaco camel, Guanaco’s kicks were beautiful

Due to its inability to roar, the Puma—or, depending on your preferred nomenclature, mountain lion, cougar, lynx, or leopard—is not “technically” recognized as a cat.

However, this cat beats the average for all other felines, with the exception of leopards, and has the widest range of any large carnivore in the Western Hemisphere. It is a challenging game to hunt across its legitimacy because of the spots, lions, and tigers, as well as their soft, supple bodies.

Guanaco is the ancestor of the llama and alpaca species, which lived at high altitudes in the highlands of northwestern South America. Wool is obtained from its hair, but the wool of the smaller alpaca is better. Guanaco can grow up to 120 cm (3 ft 11 in) tall at the shoulder.

After Puma stalked its prey for a long time, it decided to rush to attack, the Guanaco now also knew the threat was coming and signaled their teammates to move to a safe place.

It knew it was standing quite close to the predator, so it tried to run as fast as possible, but with the speed of the puma, it approached and jumped on the prey’s back easily.

Guanaco camel is also very strong, it fights strongly, constantly swinging fatal blows causing the puma to fall, the predator still refuses to give up and continuously grabs the prey, causing Guanaco’s feathers to fly everywhere.

At this time, the puma’s team came to help but because Guanaco’s large body made it very difficult to take down quickly, the puma was constantly kicked by it, causing it to be seriously injured.

she finally escaped the merciless Puma herd, ran back to her pack, after this hunt the female puma was seriously injured, which is the price of hunting the wrong Guanaco.