A video recorded the scene of an impala alone fighting against a pack of wild dogs despite being severely bitten before, surprising many people.
Hans Schuring, 45, who recorded the death battle in Kruger National Park (South Africa) said he was fascinated when he witnessed the antelope trying to get up despite being bitten and gutted by wild dogs.
The wounded animal fought back fiercely with a little bit of strength. Its sharp horns and will to survive made the wild dog afraid, not daring to approach.
However, what haunts the viewer is that the antelope’s abdomen has been torn off most of the time, exposing the internal organs to fall out in a painful way.
When viewers somewhat hoped that the antelope would work miracles, a pack of wild dogs flocked.
With a weak body full of wounds, the poor animal could not escape the “scythe of death”, and became the meal of the greedy wild dogs.