This is the moment a pack of wild dogs ripped apart a buffalo with a large hernia and went right in and opened it up!
A buffalo with a large hernia had been separated from the herd and was no match for a pack of hungry wild dogs.
The bloody scene was captured by 39-year-old Sebastian Sande Sakala, Wildlife Safari Guide, while driving a game with guests in Lower Zambezi National Park.
Sebastian told LatestSightings.com’s story: “We had been playing games and watching stray dogs for over an hour when we finally saw two dogs standing up. They’re both looking in the same direction and we know they’ve closed their eyes for the next meal.”
“The jackals chased the herd and was able to separate a female buffalo with a large hernia (due to complications during childbirth) from the herd. The wild dogs started attacking the buffalo until they knocked it down. They return to the den that evening to rest and care for their young and return in the morning to finish their hard-earned kill.”
“The wild dogs were joined with the vultures and hyenas and by the afternoon there was nothing left to kill.”