Common jaguars will not eat all of their prey, they often preserve it by storing it in tall trees. Sometimes, the jaguar’s food hiding place will be discovered by the hyenas and they will try to take that bait.
A hyena in Kruger National Park, South Africa discovered where the jaguar’s food was hidden and tried to reach it. After struggling for a while, it finally found the place where the meal was being hidden.
Unfortunately for the hyena, a slip caused it to fall from the tree to the ground with a painful blow.
Immediately, another hyena decided to climb up the tree to steal this lucrative bait. The first hyena, after slipping and falling, also came back and decided to take this meal.
After the robbery, the delicious bait had fallen and was hanging in the air. This awkward situation made both gluttons reluctant to give up.
The family Hyaenidae (from Ancient Greek ὕiatedνα, hýaina) includes the feline carnivorous mammals. Only 4 species of hyenas survive (in 3 genera). It is the fifth smallest family in the Order Carnivores, and one of the smallest families in the Mammal Class. Despite low diversity, hyenas are unique and important components of most African ecosystems. They are relatively large in size, native to Africa and the Indian subcontinent.