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Perfectly timed last moments of animals

The Ecological cycle and God’s splendid creation is marvelous. It is all about how animals earn their food by depending on the small sized animals. It in fact is a biological interaction that maintains the global and ecological cycle when the predators feed on their prey. They are gifted with the skill of hunting; after all it is a game of existence. Check out on Discovery channel or National Geography channel, a small antelope being chased by a Big Leopard will definitely make your blood pressure high. We keep fingers crossed praying for the antelopes life but the antelope get chased and eaten, We feel bad for the antelope and curse the Greedy Leopard, but something we got to realize is, these animals are never greedy they hunt only to fill their stomachs and that is how nature wanted them to be. Something we never realize is, even our pet animal’s hunt, a dog chases a cat, a cat chases a chick it is all the destiny of Mother Nature’s creation.

When such breath taking moments are clicked by a renowned professional they actually add life to the last moments of the poor aimed preys. After a great research on animal hunting, we realized there is something worth a share about the very interesting geological cycle. The efforts taken by the photographers deserve an appreciation. We know, these pictures give a sigh of pain to the animal lovers but at the same time you must be happy for the predators. Here is the collection of 17 unique animal hunting professional clicks. Look at them and don’t forget to give the photographer a credit.

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