A flower iguana (scientific name: Varanus salvator) was attacked and eaten by a mongoose. However, later, the mother found out about the incident and sought revenge for her 𝘤𝘩𝘪𝘭𝘥.
The mongoose not only does not run away, but actively rushes to attack the opponent very quickly. This action of it was effective when it bit the lizard’s snout and neutralized this sharp weapon.
When the mongoose just let loose to attack, the lizard’s opportunity came. It attacks quickly towards the opponent and at least once causes the mongoose to suffer.
However, after that, the civet bit hard on the iguana’s snout and this time the iguana had to run away first.