You Need To Watch The Willpower Of A Deer Whooping Elk
Can you imagine being out on an elk hunt and seeing two big bulls getting dominated by a much smaller Whitetail Buck?
It could happen.
As a matter of fact, it did happen and it's really something to watch.
You wouldn't think there would be much of a fight when it comes to putting a 250lb buck up against a bull elk that's maybe two or three times its size. You REALLY wouldn't think there would be much of a fight if you put a 250lb buck up against TWO bull elk that are both two or three times it's size, but it happened.
The Buck, we're nicknaming him Bruiser, didn't back down from a fight and showed both of the bulls that you don't mess with the smaller kid in class.
When I watched the video, I thought the elk were being a bully to the (smaller than them) buck, but after watching a little further, it seems the buck is quite charged up. The video shows that it was filmed in November, which is right in the prime of rut season for the deer.
It's quite impressive to watch the buck charge after one elk, then turn his attention to the other. You can almost see the bulls thinking how odd this whole scene is and in the end, want no part of Bruiser.
Nature is wild and crazy. You never know what you're going to see happen, so it's a good idea to always be alert and ready for anything.
Check out this video and play the song 'Eye of the Tiger', it's like watching Rocky Balboa take on Ivan Drago in Rocky IV.