It's common to observe folks eat every day when they're hungry.
The world was formed on a balanced or equitable basis in order to avoid or restrict the misuse of natural resources.
An overpopulation will emerge if all creatures exist in equilibrium without these occurrences, such as prey.
Felines are eaten by cats, rats, and other tiny rodents. This helps to preserve the climate's equilibrium.
The sight of lions chasing diverse creatures is not amusing. To reduce their numbers, fish will consume other fish.
And just like we do in our daily lives. Isn't it true that we humans hunt chickens, fish, goats, pigs, and other animals? I suppose I am.
I was taken aback by the sight of a goat being pursued by a dog. I couldn't tell if it was trying to chomp or chew, but I got the impression it angered the goat, forcing the chase to drag on for a long time.
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