Sorry guys that has happened more than once - rehabiltated food source is released to the wild and immediately ends up as food. Last one I remember was in AK, a seal and an Orca Whale.
Life in the real world. But look at it that way, since it was being relased in the best possible condition, fat and sassy _ they fatten up the releases knowing it is going to take a little while for the animal to adjust to the wild to feed - they send them out with a good reserve of fat to last the adjustment period- The predator may have only needed one not two of the prey to fill up on.
A frightened impala separated from its herd and trying desperately to elude two hungry cheetahs took evasive action nobody was expecting at Kruger National Park in South Africa. To the surprise and shock of tourists parked alongside a road, the panicked impala escaped by jumping into a car through a window of a Toyota Prado, taking advantage of what the U.K. Daily Express aptly called a window of opportunity. Watch the incredible scene captured by South African tourist Samantha Pittendrigh on her mobile phone:
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