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RE: do a goggle on...

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Posted by: poison1981 at Fri Jul 16 19:46:42 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by poison1981 ]  
   

hey sorry ignore my last message that was not to you it was to someone else i got mxied up

anyway yeah i saw a docu on it and read about them taking lambs and sometiems even poultry but usually when the other animal is totally helpless never read anything about them preying on something that was large and was going to put up a fight


like on a nature docu i saw a baby croc bite a warthog the hog just ran away when it could of easily eaten the baby crock

from documentary and reading they seem to take prey items that wouldnt put much much of a fuss

small snakes baby animals like lambs chicks eggs etc..

i know they can be very aggressive from what i watched but the agression seems to be just in self defense or out of fear not predatory aggression


   

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