Predators The only Predator Hyena’s have are Humans.
Behavior Hyenas are very social. They communicate with a number of Postures, and calls. Hyenas mark their territory with excrement of the anal glands called “Latrines”
Fun Facts Hyenas make a variety of vocalizations, including wailing calls, howling screams and the well-known "laughter" used to alert other clan members up to three miles away of a food source. Hyenas eat a great variety of animal products, vegetation and, according to campers, even aluminum pots and pans.
Human Interaction Hyenas are very social, but like any other animal, they will hurt you if you threaten their cubs. Hyenas have rarely preyed in humans, only their dead bodies
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