no it does not make any sense. "to run from" something means "birşeyden KAÇMAK". Koşmak is only like walking fast.
However if it were "bu hayvanlar neden kaçıyor" both would make sense. interestingly when we want to say "from what" we usually say NEYDEN however in written language this is still spelled as neden
I think this answer should also be accepted "Why these animals are running?
That is not correct English.
So why it's wrong?
Nor is this.
It should be "Why are these animals running?" and "Why is it wrong?".
The verb should come right after the question word "why" in a direct question.