Swim Faster Little Antelope! There’s A Massive Croc Chasing You!

On land, the antelope can trust their speed to get them out of danger. But crossing the water is more dangerous -- especially with Gators looking for a quick bite.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on August 27, 2017

On land, the antelope can trust their speed to get them out of danger.
But crossing the water is more dangerous — especially with crocs looking for a quick bite.

Someone has got to be the first to cross, and there’s always that risky choice…

Will crossing first get you out of harm’s way the fastest?

Or will it mean you’re the first one to meet the hungry croc?

If there was any doubt about the power and speed of a croc on the hunt, just watch how this predator charges in toward his prey.

There are two antelope at the front of the pack.

Do they have a big enough head start?

Or will one of them be the toll the rest of the herd pays for safe passage?

Keep watching to the end.

(Did you guess correctly?)

 

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