You are crouching in the tall grass, the baby zebra
is your target. You slink closer. You charge!! The zebra runs!! The chase
is on!! You are finally close enough . You reach out and trip your victim.
The zebra falls. You quickly suffocate your food. You drag it to a safe
place where the bigger meat eaters wont get it.
If you were a cheetah This is how hunting would be. This was just one of the many ways cats hunt. Read below to find out more.
The cheetah watches a heard until he spies a small or sick animal. The
cheetah will stalk up to about 100 yards then give chase. When the cheetah
is close enough it will trip it's prey. Then it will suffocate it's prey
by clamping it's jaws around the animals neck. Finally it drags the prey
to a safe place to eat it.
Leopard: The leopard waits in the trees for its victims to pass beneath it. Then it drops from the tree onto the prey. It bites the victim on the neck to kill it. Then the leopard drags the victim into a tree to protect it from scavengers like hyenas. After eating the leopard commonly gets a drink.
Jaguar: The jaguar comes out at night to hunt. It will prowl in the woods looking for small animals. When it sees some prey it will charge. It will get up to its prey and slash it with its claws. When the animal falls the jaguar will claw at it till it dies. It will also eat fish. It flips it paw in the water and the fish will flip out of the water.
Bengal tiger:The bengal tiger hunts at night to suprise its prey.Onece they see their prey they will begin to stalk it because they cant outrun it. One they get close enough to their prey they will atack, going for the victoms neck. He will eat his prey on the spot. He warns others to stay away while he eats.