Hyena that died of infighting

There is one of the largest lizards in the world. Because it inhabits on Komodo Island in Indonesia, it is called Komodo dragon or Komodo dragon.

The Komodo dragon is a huge carnivore, measuring 2 to 3 meters in length, weighing 70 to 90 kilograms, and has scales on its body, like a fully armed armor.

Because of its amazing food intake, those small animals can only be used as snacks. Its favorite staple food is hyena and buffalo. However, although its instantaneous speed can reach 20-25 kilometers per hour, it is a reptile after all, and it is not as fast as a four-legged hyena or buffalo.

For example, hyenas move in groups, and they are cautious, agile, and fast. They run as soon as they see a monitor lizard. No matter how fast the monitor lizard is behind it, it can’t catch up. It can only see the prey go further and further.

However, there are always opportunities. So, how does the monitor lizard capture the hyena? Hyenas are social animals, and sometimes they will inevitably have conflicts and infighting, so they will fight. The hyenas, who usually seem to be tame, don’t want to fight when they fight, biting each other frantically until the winner is determined. The war ended and the wounded appeared. The wounded man’s neck was bitten to the point that the skin was spattered and blood was flowing. It had to leave the team and go to the sea to disinfect and heal the wound.

The monitor lizard, who had been on the sidelines, discovered this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and of course he would not let it go, so he gathered many monitor lizards to hunt this hapless hyena.

Although the hyena was unwilling to catch it and resisted desperately, but it was helpless, surrounded by giant lizards, quickly defeated. It didn’t take much time, and he was cut apart by five horses.

The hyena died, not so much as a brutal monitor lizard, but as a result of his team. No matter how powerful the force is, it is difficult to break through a united team. If the team has infighting, it will not be far off to let others kill it.