As soon as it observed its prey, the large crocodile quietly approached the antelope herd and chose a suitable position for itself. When the opportunity came, the crocodile suddenly jumped up to grab a wildebeest and then used its “death” teeth to pull the prey into the water. The surprising thing is that in the moment of life and death, the antelope suddenly rose up and escaped in an unbelievable way.
Crocodiles are one of the most dangerous predators in nature. With their strength and skills, they can attack any animal that is drinking water or swimming near rivers and swamps.
It looks slow, but crocodiles are very agile at short distances, even outside the water. They have extremely strong jaws and sharp teeth to tear flesh.
Crocodiles are ambush hunters, they wait for fish or land animals to approach, then attack quickly. After using his powerful bite, the crocodile pulled the victim into the river to drown until he suffocated. When their prey is dead, they begin to enjoy their meal.
Crocodiles rarely attack prey when on land due to limited movement speed. They move on land at a much lower speed than in the water, only about 13 – 14 km/h, even the fastest crocodile species only has a speed of 17 km/h.