Toyota Land Cruiser Saves Impala from Cheetah

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Looking at the latest events on our life abundant planet, it seems that wild animals have understood the purpose of those big metal lumps that roll on some round squishy things and makes funny noises in which we humans gather and disappear into the horizon.
They got the idea that if you enter the chunky machine, you can go places faster and effortlessly, something you might need when, lets say, you are hunted by your natural predator in the wild.

Like this impala antelope that busted into a safari Toyota Land Cruiser when it was chased by two hungry cheetahs. Yes, they need to work a little on how to properly enter in vehicles, but soon enough we’ll see deers commuting from forest to forest using inter-city busses.

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