Photographed is a wild Tilldebeest, bathing in a marsh in it’s natural habitat in Eastern Germany.
note the pile of slaughtered Loch ness monster calves in the background
Yes, good observation. As a matter of fact, the wild Tilldebeest is a merciless creature, and crushes it’s opponents skulls between it’s bicep and forearm as a form of take down. That being said, you can be guaranteed that any of it’s prey ends up dying a brutal death.
It’s also said that the low, baritone sing-songy voice one can here in the dead of night is actually the Tilldebeest singing while weaving baskets with it’s enemy’s innards.