It depends on the size, skills, and the owner of the husky. The husky would win the coyote since the husky has stronger muscles and jaws with better resistance. Coyotes are good at running and hunting down other animals for prey, but huskies are better at hunting.
Depends, A Fox Would Kill A Normal Scottish Wildcat. But If The Wildcat Wanted To, It Would Kill The Fox. However, There Is Larger Wildcats Like Servals That Can Kill Foxes.
The Fox feeds on rodents, rabbits, birds, and other small game.Foxes will eat fruit and vegetables, fish, frogs, and even worms.They wouldn't kill a cat but if it wanted to, it can cause Red Foxes are solitary hunters.
Entirely depends on the situation. Normally, domestic cats dominate red and Gray Foxes, but a fox would be a formidable foe. A normal cat would win against a gray fox: I have recently seen info about gray foxes, and it said that they are usually unable to kill foxes, dogs and coyotes. That being said, a gray fox would be mauled. But a red fox could potentially win. They have strong bites and long canines. They have also killed wallabies, lambs and in one case, a whippet. But again, cats normally dominate red foxes to protect their territory or food. Normally, I would vote a red fox over a cat if it was a fight, but on the defensive, the cat will win. Against an Arctic fox, it would normally be overkill. Since gray foxes are normally unable to kill cats, a cat would destroy an arctic fox. A fennec fox or a blandford's fox of course, would be utterly destroyed by the normal cat.
the coyote would win because the coyote is stronger and has better attack and defense than a fox and the coyote is bigger the winner is the coyote noah davis wrote this
Most likely a wolf would win the fight. But, it also depends on the strength of the animal: if they are young or hungry. It also depends on if they are alone and if they have experience.
it depends on the species
a wolf because a husky was domesticated from a wolf and the wolf has more power and strength. because husky is home grown and wolf lives in a forest so he is wild and he knows how fight better because he lives with other wild animals thank you
It depends on the place and the size of each dog. In a snowy land, the husky can kill a rottweiler without too much injuries. In a hot grassland, the rottweiler would win the fight. The siberian husky would win the fight because it has thick fur to protect itself from injuries and has more strength than a rottweiler. If the rottweiler is bigger than the siberian husky, then it could definitely win the fight.
The pitbull has stronger jaws then a coyote. A pitbull would hert a human, a small dog, even a coyote.
Ferlin Husky's birth name is Ferlin Eugene Husky.
Yes, there have been numerous cases in which a coyote has attacked a siberian husky.
Most likely the coyote.
A coyote would win, unless the human was armed with a weapon or a thing then the human would stand a chance
Geryhound is a sprinter. Husky is a long haul dog. We all know a Greyhound would win up to maybe 5 km. After, it's the Husky's advantage.
The husky. A husky is stronger and wider than a police dog when the husky has wider jaws plus bigger size. If the police dog is aggressive, then the husky would be injured.
Alaskin husky all the way no matter what pit no challenge
there two diffrent anmals
A siberian husky is heavier, more weight strength, and have stronger bites than coyotes.
A single cougar would win against a single husky, but a cougar would get killed by a pack of huskies.
Sheep dog hands down