There was a thread on another site I thought would be fun to discuss here. A game of sorts. Trying to categorize animal fighting techniques as either striking or grappling. For example, obvious striking techniques: Goat's headbutt Horse's kick Cats batting Obvious grappling techniques: Scorpion holding prey in its pincers Boa constrictor Lion suffocating its prey with a neck bite Crocodile's death roll However, there are some animals that were less obvious. The one that sparked the most debate? Sharks. Now, you'll notice that 3 of the 4 grappling techniques I mention above involve bites - even the boa, their constriction starts with a bite, which they use as an anchor to wind around the prey. But shark bites are quick, and they just pull a chunk out. I posit that there's not enough time that they have a grip on you to consider it a grappling technique, and it's instead a strike. What do you think? Agree or disagree?