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Elephant flipping a hippopotamus.

Bullfrogs boast powerful jaws and sharp teeth on the roof of their mouths. They use their tongues to efficiently constrict animals to the point of helplessness, leaving them no option other than to succumb to their yearning stomachs. In addition to hunting on land, the creative bullfrog also enjoys drowning its warm-blooded mammalian prey.

The combined ability to jump vast distances due to special contractile muscles and the deadly constriction of their ballistic tongue makes for an undeniably formidable predator.

Bullfrogs are not above pursuing animals larger than themselves, capable of using their dynamic hands to thrust oversized prey into their mouths bit by bit.

That being said, bullfrogs do have predators of their own, including humans, herons, water snakes, river otters, alligators, and also members of their own species.


Elephant flipping a hippopotamus.

Elephants are the only animals that can actually mess with hippos without getting their existence annihilated . This hippo looks like a juvenile , adult hippos don`t play around with adult elephants . They know they`re outclassed and get out of the way .


Angry elephant flips mother hippopotamus into the air with its trunk

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