My first thought was, "Okay, you either get into way~~ to many fights, or you're an amazingly talented makeup-artist.". Turns out the correct one was answer number two. Awesmazing job, looks pretty realistic to me. ~(\( > w < )/)~
One man was asleep when he was attacked. What I'm saying is: since humans are animals, this means that we have the same tendencies as other animals and they have the same tendencies as us. Animals may attack people or other animals out of lust or rage or just because they want to, just like we can. Dolphins have been witnessed gang-raping other dolphins, or chasing, assaulting and killing porpoises for sport. (They don't eat the body, they just leave it.) And bears kill cubs solely so they can have sex with the mother. (What if a man did that?) But of course animals can also attack out of confusion, fear, hunger, desperation, etc and these are also the most common reasons for human violence. Animals are not perfect angels, and humans do not have some terrible darkness inside that make us do things worse than other animals are capable of.
Sorry for the rant. But I feel that understanding nature is important, and this type of misconception tries to propagate reverence for nature, but in the process causes people to mentally distance themselves from it instead.