"My Grass Mud Horse" - Cougars Prey Raw Camels
Lama guanicoe is a herbivorous animal belonging to the family Camelidae of the Ruminaceae of the Amphibians, which is distributed in the mountains of Western and southern South America. It is also the wild ancestor of the livestock alpaca (pay attention to distinguishing between the alpaca and the alpaca Vicugna). The Alpine camel can adapt to the altitude of nearly 4000 meters, because the puma does not like the high altitude mountain, especially the large cat subfamily puma, which can adapt to the mountain environment, has become the only predator of the adult camel in the natural environment. The camel's slender neck is covered with thick, flabby skin, which reduces the damage to the puma's throat. It also spits semi-digestive matter from its stomach into the puma's face at a critical moment. Of course, many times, these two tactics alone can not make the camel get rid of the fate of becoming "cat food".