Wild creatures that hunt or prey on other animals are known as predators. To survive, all animals require food. Predators require the flesh of the prey they kill in order to survive. Some predators are also scavengers, which means they devour the carcasses of animals they did not hunt. Have you ever seen a honey badger in action? What about a wolverine? If you want to see some fierce animals in action, hold on tight, as we countdown 14 wild animals on the hunt. ► Subscribe For New Videos! ► shorturl.at/krBX9 Watch our “15 Animals That Returned From Being Extinct” video here: https://youtu.be/k_pUeX40qbQ Watch our “15 Abnormally Strange Cats That Actually Exist” video here: https://youtu.be/ZLbDvrLBG8E Watch our “15 Times Real Mermaids Were Found” video here: https://youtu.be/Xl6zDIy92kQ Giant Trevally The giant trevally isn't only turning the tables on birds. There has been at least one example of these creatures attacking humans, and while they aren't in the same category as sharks in terms of the threat they represent to humans — they only grow to be around 5′ long — they can still cause significant harm. Trevally rammed a spearfisherman, shattering three of his ribs, which seems like self-defense to me. No jury would find the Giant Trevally guilty. That's what I like about these fish. They're sleek, maneuverable predators, to be sure, but there are plenty of those. Their inability to accept the natural hierarchy, on the other hand, is truly amazing. The colossal trevally challenges both birds and humans. To be honest, you can only admire it. In this incredible video, see what happens when a Giant Trevally targets a Tern. The giant trevally is usually solitary predators, although they have gathered in large numbers to try their luck at finding prey. You can see the giant trevally swoop up this tern like it was a scoop of raisin bran. The fish even flies out of the water to make the kill and at the end of it all, only feathers float in the water. In this next video, the trevally hunts a school of fish. You can see the trevally looking for the perfect victim. I wonder what fish the lucky victim will be. I must say that the trevally has an intimidating appearance and the grit to go along with it. European Badger Attacks Badgers are excellent foragers, eating earthworms, slugs, and snails as well as wild fruits, nuts, and seeds. They also eat small mammals like mice, rats, and squirrels, as well as rabbits and amphibians like frogs and toads. Several investigations have been conducted to determine whether badgers are to blame for the loss of hedgehogs. If you want to see how mental badgers are, just look at how this badger sneaks up on this animal and tries to shred it to pieces. The badger looks like it just got out of the nuthouse and is on a killing rampage. There is this intensity about these animals that cannot be described. You just feel it when you see them in action. You can see for yourself how violent badgers are in this video when two males clash in a battle of titans. They seem like they hate one another with a passion. You can see how aggressive they are, and they will not stop until one of the two perishes.