Lion hunting (and capturing) thompson gazelle. Photo taken by Thomson Safaris' guest, Vivianne Diaz during a private, family Thomson Safari.
or bison bulls, the brief breeding season (rut, from June to September) results in making a maximum effort in a minimum of time. Bison bulls show extreme competition and this has consequences for the relationships between the bulls. The main objective is to study these intrasexual competitive relationships and mating strategies of American bison bulls in semi-natural conditions
Competition is when two or more organisms 'fight' or 'compete' each other for the same resource. For example, plants could compete for sunlight, food, and soil. Animals could compete for mates, territory or food
The above image is an example of prey - predator relationship. The female lion (lioness) is killing its prey, the giselle.
The stronger will get the land for himslef
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