Sometimes, an animal thinks it can overpower another just based on sheer size. Whatever the reason, many times certain predators are in for a surprise when they decide to hunt certain prey. What do you think happens when a toad swallows a beetle? What happens to a dog who confronts a lion? If you want to see it all, keep watching as we countdown 15 land animals that messed with the wrong opponent part 2
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Spider Vs Wasp
When you hear of a tarantula hawk, or the red spider wasp, the first thing that comes to mind is it’s a hawk that eats tarantulas. Wrong! It is a spider wasp that hunts tarantulas. Tarantulas have earned a deadly reputation as a predator capable of killing mice, lizards and small birds. But the spiders run in fear of the tarantula hawk or spider wasp. The wasp preys on its namesake, engaging in a ferocious battle that leads to the spider being paralyzed with a highly painful sting. Once stung, the tarantula becomes paralyzed within seconds. The condition will last for the rest of its life.
The wasp then drags the sleeping spider–which can be up to eight times its weight–to a burrow, lays an egg into the spider’s still-alive abdomen, which serves as a “host” for the young. The young wasp devours the tarantula to develop into an adult, eating the non-essential organs first to keep it alive for as long as possible. These wasps have not only worked out how to successfully attack a predatory spider, but also to reserve the best meals for their most valuable offspring. The wasps can decide the sex of their baby by choosing whether to fertilize the egg. Fertilized eggs, produce females while males come from unfertilized eggs. The sting has been described as beyond imagination. It only lasts about 2 to 3 minutes, but it is unsurpassed in intensity by any other stinging insect.
Stag Vs Bison
The European bison is Europe’s heaviest wild land animal, and individual bison may have been significantly larger in the past than modern bison. Bison were hunted to extinction in the wild throughout the early twentieth century. The red deer is a large deer, standing bold and tall. With its huge antlers, it is an unmistakable symbol of the Scottish Highlands, but it may also be found in northwest and southern England. This male red deer wants to challenge this European bison and the bison is ready to go. The bison has the size advantage, but the red dear is weaponized with these huge antlers. A clash would be interesting and I’m not sure who would come out on top.
After running around in circles for a few seconds, the red deer finally decides to lower its head and clash with the bison, but it’s barely a hit. In this next clip, the bellowing sound of the Red Deer fills the fresh evening air. As autumn approaches, Red Deer Bulls begin to battle and attempt to amass a big herd of Red Deer cows with which to mate; the rutting season has begun. The Deer Bull challenges this European bison, bringing this adrenaline-fueled phase of battling for dominance ahead. It’s interesting to see that even though the red deer is much smaller than the bison, it can hold its own against the massive beast. The antlers help of course and I’m wondering if the bison feels any pain.