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Watch as Two Deadly Wild Animals Fight Over Territory In Hair-Raising Video

Two Indian Bison are currently trending online following a brutal fight for territory which was captured on camera.

A video of two aggressive bison battling for territory has gone viral. The clip was shot at a tea estate in Valparai, Tamil Nadu, on January 15, by Kedar Dhepe. Here, we see two bison literally locking horns with each other.

Mr Dhepe said: “When I was in Valparai, Tamil Nadu, on January 15, 2021, I saw many wild animals in nearby tea estates. They visit these estates every day for food. We can see lion-tailed Macaque, wild elephants, and Indian Gaur (Bisons) easily. That day I was photographing a serpent eagle, one person came and told me that there were some bison. I went there. So I decided to stand there on road and I was nearly 10 feet away from the bison.” The note added, “He was watching me but he didn’t attack me. So every time I say, wildlife will not attack their own.”

Here’s an account of how the fight started. As per Mr Dhepe, “After 5-6 minutes they both are fighting, the sound of their horns is much louder and I was watching that from nearly 20-30 feet.”

Bison or Indian gaur is a treat to the eyes of wildlife lovers.

This animal’s majestic stature and attention-grabbing horns are a sight to behold. A bison’s appearance can inspire awe.

The animal is also said to have violent mood and it can make people afraid due to its heavy build can.

Sharing his experience, Mr Dhepe added, “Adult Gaur defeated another sub-adult gaur. The moment when he picked the other gaur in the air was one of the crazy moments I’ll never forget in my life. My hands were shivering with some fear because I’m the single person watching that live fight. It was an amazing experience. Then I happily returned from Valparai.”

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A user commented, “If they’re not careful, one of them is going to have an eye out. Should be putting corks on the end of the horns for health and safety.”

(NDTV)

About Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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