Hyenas are the most effective predators in the African wilderness when they understand how to increase the size of their herd. They frequently hunt small and medium-sized animals like deer, wild boar, etc. and rob other hunters like lions and jaguars of their prey.
Whether the adversary is a dangerous predator or a large animal, the ravenous, irrational hyenas have no fear of anyone. Images taken at Kruger National Park serve as evidence. The hyenas cooperated to take down rhinos.
Young hyenas started preying on a number of roving rhinos. Because rhinos are so powerful and aggressive, they are quick to recognize their victim and start an assault, which is quite uncommon in the wild.
Hyenas aim for a single victim despite the big herd of rhinos having up to three of them. Their huge target finally gave up after a long struggle since it had lost its tail. The rhinoceros herd demonstrates to hyenas how to flee swiftly despite being much larger than they are and powerless to stop them.