In tiger packs, tigers sometimes compete for territory, prey, and the right to reproduce. This can lead to aggressive conflicts between males and females, which can be dangerous for all members of the pack.
This gang is quite unusual, but it’s evident that their leader is a rooster, do you agree?
In horse herds, there is typically a leader known as the ‘alpha stallion.’ This leader often takes responsibility for protecting the herd and making decisions about grazing locations and routes.
They might think they look intimidating, but in reality, it looks quite amusing.
It seems like these pigeons were gearing up for a major showdown, but someone distracted them with a breadcrumb.
A gang of squirrels is devising some cunning plan for nut theft.
Cheetahs gathering in a pack can be genuinely dangerous; if they decide to attack, escaping from them is nearly impossible.
The leader of the gang among ferrets can be easily identified by the most sinister expression on its face.
In monkey troops, they display remarkable social activity. They communicate with each other, play, care for one another, and even organize their own little ‘conferences’.
A gang of moths is dangerous because it can turn any item in the closet into a sieve.
Deer gathered in a herd often practice the ‘data-gathering effect’ when searching for food. One deer starts looking for a food source, and then other members of the herd join in when they see its successful foraging. This behavior helps them more effectively locate and gather food together.
It looks like this amusing gang isn’t too thrilled about uninvited guests.
These guys look so intimidating that you definitely wouldn’t want to provoke them.
Ducklings in a flock can synchronize their actions and movements. This contributes to more effective protection against predators and facilitates the search for food. Ducklings often follow one of the older ducklings or a parent, creating the impression of coordinated and harmonious movement within the flock.
А gang of penguins not only looks funny but also has a tendency to peck each other, making funny sounds reminiscent of drumming.
Crocodiles are very dangerous, and everyone knows that, but agree, when they submerge completely underwater, with only their eyes and nostrils visible on the surface, it looks quite amusing.
Raccoons, thanks to their coloring, do indeed resemble a gang of criminals. They easily crack open shells, extract snails from their shells or larvae from the soil, untangle insects from strong spider webs, or raid their nests, particularly those of wasps, bumblebees, termites, and ants, mainly for the larvae. They’re not afraid of the stings from angry stinging insects as their thick fur provides reliable protection.
Frogs gathered by the water for breeding can create such a loud chorus that it sometimes sounds like a symphony orchestra.
Lions in a pride sometimes begin to purr simultaneously, creating a loud and amazing acoustic show, but it’s better not to get too close to listen, as it can be very dangerous.
The bee gang looks cute until someone messes with their hive.
A gang of dolphins is perhaps one of the most harmless. Dolphins are known for their playfulness and sense of humor. Sometimes, they can ‘play tricks’ on other marine animals by swimming up to them and leaping into the water in front of them, as if playing ‘catch me if you can’.
A fluffy gang of rabbits, capable of reproducing at an incredible speed and devouring cabbage just as quickly.
It seems like a gang of French Bulldogs has a piglet member who feels quite confident among them.
A gang of zebras is very skilled at hiding from predators. When they gather in large groups, they often create ‘zebra patterns.’ They stand so close to each other that their alternating stripes create an optical illusion that makes it difficult to distinguish individual zebras in the herd. This helps them confuse predators and provides additional protection from potential threats.
This gang is only capable of scaring away all the mice in the vicinity, and they look quite cute while doing it.
A gang of camels has a unique ability to remember the smell and appearance of their comrades. This helps them avoid getting lost in a large group and makes it easier to find their fellow camels even in the vastness of the desert.
In such a amusing gang, they all look alike, so it’s unlikely you’ll be able to identify who committed the attacks.
It looks like these kittens mean business. It’s better to give them the sausage right away and not to fulfill all their demands.
This gang is a bunch of real troublemakers; they chew through everything in their path.
Llamas are quite friendly, but they have one unusual means of communication – they spit at each other to express their displeasure or affection, and spitting can also serve as a warning of danger. It’s their unique way of interacting!