Badass pictures, gifs and videos of the awesome yet vicious cycle of nature
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Seriously. We will kill you.
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For nature in all its stunning and fascinating beauty check out r/NatureisFuckingLit
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Australia dingo/shark/snakes - photoshopped two different pics
Shark takes flight - photoshopped
Deer caught in a wildfire - staged
Cougar caught in a wildfire - staged
Frozen, eaten caribou - propped up roadkill
"Rabbit gets caught" - a bird taking off from the snow
Deer stuck in fence and eaten by coyotes - rule breaker
Great white shark catching decoy seal - human involvement
Eel bursting from Heron's body - Photoshop
Keep in mind that tornado ratings are based on damage, NOT how scary they look or how big they are. This big guy did no damage to homes or neighborhoods and injured nobody; it did, however, knock over two oil pumpjacks like they were toys, which is the only reason it was rated at all. Tornadoes that remain over open land are not typically rated. As for this photo, I felt like making it black and white and moody AF, lol. I hope you enjoy!