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Cat versus snake. Who do you bet on?

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Who wins?

  • Bobcat

    Votes: 2 22.2%
  • Rattlesnake

    Votes: 3 33.3%
  • I cheated and watched first

    Votes: 4 44.4%

  • Total voters
    9

Mendalla

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Vote first, then watch. Post to let us know if you got it. I watched already so won't be voting.

 

Lastpointe

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How simila r to a house cat in its behaviour

i thought the snake would win. It the cat was too quick to allow the snake to bite. And that was a big snake
 

ninj

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The cat stays face to face at all times. Doesn't take it's eyes off the snake for a second.
 

Mendalla

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Tastes like chicken!
Not really. Snake has it's own flavour though definitely closer to birds, like chicken, than it is to, say, fish. Yes, I know this. The joys of marrying into another culture.:cool: Actually, if you've ever had frog's legs, that is closer to snake.
 

GeoFee

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Nicely filmed by someone. Chose based on my experience with cats. They are very alert and very quick.
 

ninj

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I think it was cool how the cat could hear the snake at first and located it before flushing it out. Very able hunter.
 

BetteTheRed

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I love watching Lucy around squirrels. To my knowledge, she's never caught one (there have been a couple of bunnies, I admit), but she's like a cat in her total undivided attention once she "locks on" to a squirrel's movements in an "unsafe" location. She "knows" the location of the nearest tree, and the speed it will take the squirrel to get there, and she inevitably miscalculates by a fraction of a second.
 
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