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Nature always has a way of molding our live and teaching us lessons in life, provided we are willing to see, understand and act with compliance. We can see the marvel and stunning power of God manifest in His creations all around us. From the vast oceans, vegetation, animals and other wonderful creatures, these are all evidence of God’s power.
But the question is; can these creations teach us real live lessons? For this reason, I will share with you photos of animals which would give you an impression on knowing your limits.
In these photos, some animals messed with the wrong opponent and this cost them dearly.
1 . Elephant vs Buffalo
2 . Crocodile vs Hippos
3 . Hippo vs Lion
4 . Python vs Crocodile
5 . Leopard vs Crocodile
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