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Desc:after killing its mother. Haunting.
Category:Nature & Places, Pets & Animals
Tags:leopard, baboon, survival of the fittest, crygasm
Submitted:Anonymous
Date:09/20/08
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Comment count is 28
Cleaner82 - 2008-09-20
Thanks God, for the twisting, turning maze of cruelty and sadness you created. Lets hear it for GOD everybody!
Billie_Joe_Buttfuck - 2008-09-20
Thank you, God.

Cleaner82 - 2008-09-20
It's a hell of a ride ain't it?

Crucifried - 2008-09-20
God is great, god is awful, god is wondrous.

garcet71283 - 2008-09-21
Although I fail to see the evolutionary advantage of all this.

CharlesSmith - 2008-09-21
You fail to see the evolutionary advantage in caring for things that are small and furry? You can't imagine any situation in which reacting in a similar way to a similar life form would be of significant advantage to a species?

humbert_humbert - 2009-11-03
I'm sure there is a perfectly normal explanation here - Stockholm syndrome probably tastes better to cheetahs.

baleen - 2008-09-20
Chomp.
mouser - 2008-09-21
Precisely. The leopard is only trying to breed a whole new kind of cow.

Keefu - 2008-09-20
I'm not sure if that was nature being poetically sad or beautiful or sadly beautiful, but nature is really just fucked up generally.
HankFinch - 2008-09-21
It's just fucked up. You can assign beautiful or sad or any combination you wish, that part is your choice.

Caminante Nocturno - 2008-09-20
I, for one, don't entirely appreciate God's humor.
revdrew - 2008-09-21
And I when I die, I expect to find Him laughing.

HankFinch - 2008-09-21
It's not with you though, it's at you.

Old_Zircon - 2009-02-25
5 stars for revdrew

simon666 - 2008-09-20
how does baby baboon nurse from kitty? it doesn't, then baby dies and kitty eats it :(
Cleaner82 - 2008-09-20
Kind of a moot point, buddy. Does -- um does somebody else want to tell him? I just can't.

FangoftheCobras - 2008-09-23
Okay, i will do it. when they said it was the cold that finally silenced the baboon, that was poetic docu-speak for the cute little thing froze to death. Sad, but natural. Have some tissues...

kiint - 2008-09-20
"crygasm"
UnderANeonHalo - 2008-09-21
Leopards are awesome and this is sad.
Harold Manchester - 2008-09-21
Social Services in the veldt are swift and terrible.
Cleaner82 - 2008-09-21
I kind of wish we had leopard-staffed social services in the States.

bopeton - 2008-09-21
I want to take away a star for the YouTube title (wild animals have feelings too)

A baby baboon has a very similar sensory signature to a baby leopard. There's no surprise that it triggered maternal instincts in her.

Also, fuck baboons, they are terrifying, horrible things and I'd much rather meet a leopard any day.
BillFisto - 2008-09-21
I think this is where they got the idea for the Star Wars: Force Unleashed game. The leopard is totally training the Baboon to kill the emperor.
Spoonybard - 2008-09-26
I haven't picked it up yet so I can't judge how big a spoiler that is

I mean, the Emperor thing and the implication that Vader killed the apprentice's mom

Camonk - 2008-09-21
Oh I actually saw this episode. Jeremy Irons anthropomorphizing leopards brutally murdering baboons is about the best thing that can happen in a nature show. Oh and yeah it's pretty sad about the baby and whatever.
oogaBooga - 2008-10-14
:*(
thebaronsdoctor - 2008-10-21
You can almost hear the leopard going "Oh FUCK" when it sees the baby.
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