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A Serval Can Leap 10 Feet in the Air if it Wants Guinea Fowl for Dinner [VIDEO]

A serval on the hunt is a sight to behold.

So, you think your cat is a good bird hunter? Well, think again.

Watch as this serval shows us how to catch a guinea fowl.

 

The serval can reach speeds of up to forty-five miles per hour making it the second fastest cat next to the cheetah. Moving vertically and horizontally, it has an innate ability to chase its prey while keeping its eye on the target.

The serval’s secret weapon is its insane ten-foot vertical leap. I hope that guinea fowl can fly higher than that.

Oops, too late.

 

A Serval Can Leap 10 Feet in the Air if it Wants Guinea Fowl for Dinner [VIDEO]