Rage sears its heart, maddens its eyes, all it can do is stifle roars soaked with bestial anger. Its raking claws shred the air and skin in the way, flesh is rived from clean white muscle and pearly bone. Blood gushes out of the wound, a dam holding back the sea of life, protecting it from ebbing and flowing away. Scavengers gather then scatter, as fangs shear nerves, tendons and bones as if by primal hunger. Bones shatter under the bludgeoning teeth.