Hit The Spot
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πŸ“Έ by @renainventer

A female hyena rips through a carcass with ease.

The bite force of a spotted hyena comes in at 1100 pounds of force per square inch, more than enough to shred any soft tissue and capable of crushing bones.

Although they look like dogs, hyenas are more closely related to cats – they belong to the order feliformia, whereas dogs are from the order caniformia.

Spotted hyenas are known to scavenge occasionally, but are mainly pack hunters – and contrary to conventional thinking, lions often steal spotted hyena kills.