Discussion in 'Debates & Discussions' started by Captain BlackJack, Aug 14, 2020.
Did you watch the video of them hunting wolves?
Interesting. They definitely should be crafters. Its an odd oversight.
That's not really their normal prey though. They were trained to attack.
In My experience with nature. If something is hungry and it thinks it has a chance to eat something else it will. Like eagles attacking deer, sheep, goats, dogs or even people. Given the opportunity and the right circumstances everything will take advantage.
True and false. Most predators are very risk-averse. In hunting a wolf an eagle is taking a big risk. Even if it wins, an injury could easily mean death.
If you are wounded predators will often take advantage (though others will run because you are human, wounded or not. We are not normal prey, we are big predatory animals in our own right), but most will wait if they know you are weakening. Bears are notable exceptions in that they often welcome a fight. Then again, a bear has the size, natural armor and strength to come out on top relatively unscathed from almost any battle.
True, most Predators a very careful in what they attack (unless they are desperate), after all if they are injured while getting their food they might not be able to hunt properly anymore and so starve. Omnivores are actually more likely to take risks while hunting.