The small Megaloceros calf stands in aww... ehh... shock when this large male Gelupterus glides silently throw the fog on direct collision. The predator open it's jaws to spit it's venom directly into the face of the herbivore to make it blind and helpless.
G. orintalis differs from G. giganteus by larger horns and still visible wing claws.
A mummy, found in sibiria, shows that the edge of the wings were covert with small hair-like scales which may provide a silent flight.
My feelings during the drawing process:
no I'm not a vegetarian