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    Africa, A protective elephant mother fights off a pack of hyenas to protect her calf. ( © James Weis)

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    Spotted Hyenas being scattered by an elephant. Wildebeest are the most commonly taken medium sized prey item with zebra and Thomson's gazelles coming close behind. Cape buffalo are rarely attacked due to differences in habitat, though adult bulls have been taken on occasion. Spotted hyenas have also been found to catch fish, tortoises, humans, black rhino, hippo calves, young African elephants, pangolins and pythons. There is one record of 4 hyenas killing an adult hippo in Kruger Nat'l Park.

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