Links to the images that inspired this bio-insight:

The spotted hyena and its prey species the white-bearded wildebeest seldom resort to trotting because their sloping backs and disparity between fore- and hindlimbs make this gait ungainly. However, what differs between the two animals is how the trot is displayed: the spotted hyena trots so unobtrusively that scientists have overlooked this gait, whereas wildebeests exaggerate their trot to prove individual fitness and to deflect targeting by scanning predators towards the weakest members of the herd.

Robin and the Honey Badger, 22 March 2016