The mass, or in other words the live weight, of different herbivorous animals varies by hundreds of kilograms. Compare, for example, the weight of a hare and an elk, or a bull. On average, the weight of a hare does not exceed 8 kg, while a one-year-old bull weighs at least 600 kg, and if a bull is two years old, then its weight already reaches almost 800 kg. Nevertheless, a wolf, whose weight is less than the weight of a bull, elk and the like by several hundred kg, attacks these animals. This is true for tigers and lions, cheetahs, leopards and other predators.
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