"Stop Eating so Fast, Henry!"
Spotted Hyenas compete for food by eating as quickly as possible, instead of fighting over it as other animals do. It is able to consume up to 1/3 of its own weight. The young, who are born extremely competitive, can eat meat by 2 1/2 months of age. They have to join the hunt to eat meat on a regular basis which they are usually strong enough to do by the time they are 1 year old.
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