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  • Buffalo Stampede Tramples Lion Cub | A Year In The Wild | Real Wild

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    Being number one is imperative for survival amongst lions and today one lion finds out the hard way what happens when you pick a fight with the alpha.

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  • OMG! Stampeding Buffaloes Trample Lion To Rescue Fellow, King Lion vs Buffalo – Eagle vs Iguanas

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    OMG! Stampeding Buffaloes Trample Lion To Rescue Fellow, King Lion vs Buffalo – Eagle vs Iguanas.
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  • Zebra Hunts Cheetah Leaving Young Cubs Alone | A Year In The Wild | Real Wild

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    Sometimes the hunters become the hunted and when a herd of Zebras decide enough is enough, they chase down a cheetah on the prowl. However, this splits the big cat from her young cubs, leaving them alone near the herd.

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  • Buffalo Tosses a Lion Cub Into the Air | Nat Geo Wild

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    This territorial buffalo used its horns to flip a lion cub that was encroaching on its territory.
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    These lion cubs had recently caught a lizard. And then a buffalo appeared. Buffalo don’t like sharing space. These lion cubs were encroaching on the buffalo’s territory. A quick flip through the air may serve as a lesson in coexistence on the savanna.

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  • Lion Pride abandons Lion Cub crippled by Buffalo

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    Lion pride abandons lion cub who was crippled by a buffalo.

  • Stampeding Buffaloes Trample Lion AMAZING WILD

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    2 lionesses thought it was a good idea to cause a herd of buffalo into stampede mode, hoping they could catch one. Unfortunately, it didn’t turn out as planned.
    One lioness got caught in amongst the herd and got trampled by the buffaloes.

    We first heard about this sighting by Kyle Mills, when we received an intense gallery of photos of this event! (
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    Later, we received the footage! Danica Roux, 28-year-old chef, filmed the stampede while on holiday with her family in the Kruger National Park.

    The footage was taken at Mestel Dam in the Kruger National Park, not far from Pretoriuskop rest camp at around 17:20 on Saturday the 12th of December 2020.

    Danica tells LatestSightings.com the story:
    “We actually had a rather quiet afternoon, sightings wise. There were plenty of impala and so many lambs. We’d been driving for about an hour before we decided to turn in at the dam on our way back to camp. And, I’m so glad we did!”

    “The dam was inundated with buffaloes, a few Waterbuck and naturally, a pod of Hippos wallowed, minding their own business.”

    “We were just about to leave when we heard a bit of commotion off to the side of the herd. I saw a lioness being chased off and of course, I was quite thrilled at our luck, the first game drive of our stay and here we have a lion.”

    “My excitement quickly turned to confusion and shock when I realized what was unfolding in front of my eyes. The poor lioness, this majestic predator had gotten herself stuck in the crosshairs of this enormous herd of buffalo. Their survival instincts kicked in and it was chaos, she was tossed about like she weighed nothing.”

    “I grabbed my little camera and started recording as soon as possible. Her lifeless body was eventually flung at the base of the dam, left there, limp. We heard another lion calling nearby. We were all left feeling completely shocked and saddened by the events.”

    “The sighting ended for us when the buffalo left her at the edge of the dam, we drove on in search of the rest of her pride, but sadly we could only hear them and never actually caught sight of them.”
    In Kyle Mills’ photos, you can see one lioness from the pride coming to sit with the trampled lioness, as if hoping she would wake up!

    “I have never in my life seen anything like this. I’ve been coming to the bush with my parents since I was in nappies, this is definitely the first and probably the last time I’ll see anything like this.”

    “If someone finds themselves in the same situation, start filming long before anything happens ????, or, at the very least, have your camera ready! You never know what the bush will give you. Never assume you know what will happen next.”

    “Nature is an incredible thing. When you think it can’t get crueler, it does, when you think it can’t get any more magnificent, you’ll be surprised. It’s not every day that the prey becomes the killer, but sometimes it does happen.”

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    Rudel Löwen jagt Zebras.
    Lion pack hunts zebras.
    La manada de leones caza a las cebras.
    獅子包狩獵和殺死斑馬。
    Le lion chasse les zèbres.

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    During our safari tour in the impressive Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, we were lucky to observe this incredible fight The attacked lion, which initially tries to escape and then fiercely fights for his life is trying desperately to maintain his territory. Normally, these kind of territory fights between lions are about life or death in most of the cases. There is no mercy for the victim even when it intends to give up and escape.

    Durante nuestro safari tour en el impresionante Parque Nacional del Serengueti, en Tanzania, pudimos observar esta increíble lucha. Aprovechan que el viento sopla en contra para no ser detectados tampoco por el olfato de víctima.

    El león atacado, que en un principio huye, lucha ferozmente por mantener su territorio y por su vida. Las luchas de leones por el territorio son a muerte en muchas ocasiones; no hay piedad para un león que

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  • Nat Geo Wild Newborn Cubs of Pretadors Survival School - Lion Documentary HD

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    [Nat Geo Wild] Newborn Cubs of Pretadors Survival School - Lion Documentary HD
    [Nat Geo Wild] Newborn Cubs of Pretadors Survival School - Lion Documentary HD
    [Nat Geo Wild] Newborn Cubs of Pretadors Survival School - Lion Documentary HD
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    The lion is a species in the family Felidae and a member of the genus Panthera. It has a muscular, deep-chested body, short, rounded head, round ears, and a hairy tuft at the end of its tail. It is sexually dimorphic adult male lions have a prominent mane. A typical head-to-body length of 184–208 cm (72–82 in) is larger than females at 160–184 cm (63–72 in). It is a social species, forming groups called pride. A lion pride consists of a few adult males, related females, and cubs.
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  • The Misfit | Cub-Hungry Predators, Dehydration, and Rival Lions

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    Africa's Hunters | The Misfit. A six-week-old lion cub gets separated from his pride and has to face the nighttime terrors of the African bush. Cub-hungry predators, dehydration, and rival lions instinctively primed to kill are just some of the threats ahead. Can this intrepid little misfit find his way back to safety, or will the harsh rules of the wild prevail?

  • Warthog Defends Its Young From Dangerous Cheetah | A Year In The Wild | Real Wild

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    When a family of warthogs accidentally stumble upon a group of cheetah cubs, a dangerous situation occurs and a tense standoff occurs.

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  • Lions Defending Their Territory | A Year In The Wild | Real Wild

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    A lion's territory isn't somewhere you want to accidentally stumble into.

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  • A NEW BORN buffalo fate after the lions killed his mother at the Masai Mara Kenya

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    A buffalo mother to a newborn, being attacked by a pack of lions at Masai Mara Kenya. The newborn is hidden in the grass while its mother is fighting for her life... Later on, the lions are finding the newborn and keep it for their young cubs to practice some hunting skills...

    Lions will kill a Buffalo mother and her cough because they need to survive by eating meat.
    A buffalo will injure and even kill a lion to defend itself.
    That is the way of nature!
    Yes, nature can be cruel but at least animals kill to survive.
    Unlike humans they don't kill out of hate revenge or cruelty.
    I agree that it is not always an easy spectacle.
    However it is our obligation as humans to record protect and not interfere with nature.

  • NEW‼️ Survival battles between the Lion and the wild buffalo of Africa Documentary

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    The wild predators have an unquestioned instinct to kill, honed by evolution, and fuelled by a need to survive. Some killers’ performance is set apart from the rest, their trump card, tactics that fit their terrain. Get a close up look at the killer tactics of two of Africa’s most iconic predators. In northern Botswana is a piece of prime territory: Savuti. Here we see the extraordinary lengths that a pride of lions and a young leopard will go to, to secure a meal.

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  • Nat Geo Wild Lion Pride in India - Animals Documentary Nature HD

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    [Nat Geo Wild] Lion Pride in India - Animals Documentary Nature HD
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  • Lion Cub Tragically Died When Trying To Attack King Cobra - King Cobra Vs Lion, Honey Badger...

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    Lion Cub Tragically Died When Trying To Attack King Cobra - King Cobra Vs Lion, Honey Badger...
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    A host of Africa's biggest and fiercest wildlife species compete for food, mates and territory against the backdrop of a harsh dry season. Tracks the interconnecting lives of a wild community, locked in a never-ending battle to stay alive. Challenged from all sides by other big characters in the area, relationships constantly take unexpected turns.

  • Lion Story Weaknesses of the Young Lion - Nat Geo Wild Documentary HD

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  • LIONS VS BUFFALO NAT GEO WILDLIFE DOCUMENTARY

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    National Geographic Documentary - Lions vs Buffalo - Wildlife Animal
    The lion (Panthera leo) is one of the big cats in the genus Panthera and a member of the family Felidae. The commonly used term African lion collectively denotes the several subspecies in Africa. With some males exceeding 250 kg (550 lb) in weight,[4] it is the second-largest living cat after the tiger. Wild lions currently exist in sub-Saharan Africa and in India (where an endangered remnant population resides in Gir Forest National Park). In ancient historic times, their range was in most of Africa, including North Africa, and across Eurasia from Greece and southeastern Europe to India. In the late Pleistocene, about 10,000 years ago, the lion was the most widespread large land mammal after humans: Panthera leo spelaea lived in northern and western Europe and Panthera leo atrox lived in the Americas from the Yukon to Peru.[5] The lion is classified as a vulnerable species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), having seen a major population decline in its African range of 30–50% over two decades during the second half of the twentieth century.[2] Lion populations are untenable outside designated reserves and national parks. Although the cause of the decline is not fully understood, habitat loss and conflicts with humans are the greatest causes of concern. Within Africa, the West African lion population is particularly endangered.

  • Pride - Rulers at Risk National Geographic Documentary

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    Pride - Ruler's at Risk [ National Geographic Documentary ]
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    Lions are a universal emblem of courage – the super-charged hunting beasts admired for centuries for their strength and prowess. More than any other animal, lions symbolise Africa.

    The roar of a lion fills the night – the world’s most chilling, spine-tingling sound - as powerful as the noise of a small plane taking off. It has a huge appetite: at one sitting, a hungry lion can eat the equivalent of a whole person. Its eyes are keen: this big tawny hunter has night vision six times better than ours. It’s a big killing machine: it weighs at least twice as much as a grown man, has claws like sharp switchblades, a rasping tongue much rougher than sandpaper. It can overpower animals far bigger than itself. Yet it can be gentle, caring and affectionate. Mothers even suckle each other’s cubs. The secret of the lion’s success is that it lives in a group – Africa’s most powerful land carnivore is the only truly social cat in the world.

    The mighty male’s life is fraught with danger, the sleek female’s with the cares of child-minding, warring with neighbours, and risking all in the hunt. So do lions have it made?

  • For This Action, A Lioness Can Kill A Lion !!!

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    From the outside it may seem that the lion's pride is a strong and friendly family that lives according to the principle “one for all and all for one”.
    In reality, conflicts between lions and lionesses within the same pride occur regularly.
    You can even say that this is a common thing.

  • Baboon Made A Mistake On Stealing Lion Cub - Lion Climb A Tree To Catch Baboon To Save Baby

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    Baboon Made A Mistake On Stealing Lion Cub - Lion Climb A Tree To Catch Baboon To Save Baby - Lion vs Baboon, Elephant vs Rhino

  • African Lion Diary New Cubs Of Nsefu Lion Pride English Subtitles National Geographic HD 2020

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    Welcome to Zambia's Luangwa Valley, where large carnivores like leopards, lions, and hyenas are in constant competition for their next meal. In the heart of Luangwa National Park, this ferocity manifests itself in stolen kills, intimidation, and even cub-snatching. Join us as we shine a light on the round-the-clock challenges of some of Africa's fiercest predators.

    Teenage Pride
    The Nsefu lion pride of Zambia is in an enviable position, with a litter of new cubs, control of the best territory on the Luangwa River, and strong males to protect them. But as the cubs grow older, pressure mounts as they begin to understand their roles and how every misstep can threaten the very existence of their family. ❤️

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  • Lion Attack

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  • WildEARTH, white lion, Bham young male lion update, Maribye, Sunset Jun 26 2021

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    Lycoan pictus, translates to painted wolf, regionally aka lycaon, African wild dog, African hunting dog, Cape hunting dog, hyena hound, hyena dog, ornate wolf, painted dog

    IUCN African Parks wild animal populations, Painted Wolf 1,400 Adults; Black Rhino 5,500; Cheetah 7,000; White Rhino 21,000; Lion 34,000; Spotted Hyena 47,000; Giraffe 97,000; Impala 2 Million

    African Journal of Wildlife Research 2020 - Kruger area averages 163 adult and yearling painted wolves (3 year lifespan), the KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga provinces average 79 total

    similar to renaming killer whales to orca, many conservationists prefer using the name painted wolf derived from its binomial name Lycaon pictus

    Africa once had over 500,000 painted wolves, packs of 100 were common, humans and lions are the main threats to painted wolves

    painted wolves are not 'vicious, brutal, savage' they are only trying to survive, painted wolves (Lycaon pictus) are not feral dogs (Canis familiaris) or hyenas

    there are no records of painted wolves attacking humans in the wild

    painted wolves do not fight over food, and will help feed their injured pack members

    the regional 'wild dog' name contributes to the common misconception that painted wolves (Lycaon pictus) are feral dogs (Canis familiaris)

    painted wolves have powerful jaws with specialized carnassial teeth to quickly slice and consume prey before kleptoparasites arrive, the prey dies quickly from shock or loss of blood

    painted wolves pack members do not fight over food, they will help feed their injured, are rarely known of outside the African safari industry

    San Diego Zoo, painted wolf size height 39, weight 75 lbs, run 37 mph for 3 miles: Arctic gray wolf hgt 31, wgt 125 lbs; Mexican gray wolf hgt 32, wgt 80 lbs; Bergman's Rule, animals in cold regions are bulkier

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    A 20-Year Review of the Status and Distribution of African Painted Wolves (Lycaon pictus) in South Africa

    February 2020 African Journal of Wildlife Research 50(1):8

    DOI:10.3957/056.050.0008

    South Africa is one of only seven countries with a viable population of African painted wolves (Lycaon pictus).
    The national population in 2017 was 372 adults and yearlings and comprised three subpopulations:
    1) Kruger National Park (Kruger),
    2) an intensively managed metapopulation established through reintroductions into isolated, fenced reserves, and
    3) a free-roaming population that occurs naturally outside protected areas.

    We assessed the long-term (four painted wolves generations, ∼20 years) trends in population size and growth rate within each of these three subpopulations.
    We found that Kruger supports a substantial population, which has declined over time.
    The meta-population is the only subpopulation that has increased significantly over time (both in population size and number of packs), likely due to intensive conservation efforts and the reintroduction of painted wolves into 15 additional reserves since 1998.

    The free-roaming subpopulation has remained small but stable, even though the number of packs has declined due to threats from humans.
    The overall national population has remained stable even though the number of packs has increased. Kruger has consistently supported the highest proportion of the national population over the last two decades.
    However, the contribution of the metapopulation has increased significantly over time.

    It is clear that despite differences in survey effort among the three subpopulations, South Africa has a small (∼500) but stable population of painted wolves, with the metapopulation contribution becoming increasingly important.
    The circumstances in the country necessitate, and demonstrate the benefit of, intensive, adaptive management for the national population of painted wolves.

    While this assessment provides baseline information for the three subpopulations, painted wolf conservation in South Africa would benefit greatly from equal survey effort and standardized methods to accurately assess long-term population trends.

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  • Leopard vs Wild Dogs vs Hyenas vs Impala

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    A leopard caught an impala, and immediately other predators came in to do the scavenging. All while the impala is still alive!

    Wayne told LatestSightings.com  the amazing story: “This was a once in a lifetime experience. In the past, we’ve always arrived to find a leopard in a tree with a carcass or hyenas finishing off the scraps, but this time, it was like hitting the game reserve sighting jackpot!”
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    “We were heading out of camp when we heard baboons alarm calling, so we raced to the riverbed in search of the commotion. We had just missed the actual catch but saw the rest of the impala scattering, so we knew something was going on and that's when we spotted the leopard, dragging an impala, with a wild dog hot on its pursuit. The lone wild dog, who is one of a pack made up of 11 adults and 10 pups, was yapping as the leopard dragged the meal (still alive at the time) up from the riverbed onto the open area that you see in the video.
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    “The leopard managed to chase the wild dog off, but the wild dog called for the others and just before the leopard reached the tree to get its meal up to safety, away from the scavengers, the pack of wild dogs ran onto the scene and scared the leopard into the tree, leaving the impala on the ground. The impala saw the opportunity and tried to make a run for it, just before it was brought down again by the wild dogs!”

    “The dogs quickly started making work of eating the meal while two others kept the leopard in the tree by jumping up and snarling at the leopard from below. It all went quiet for a while as the wild dogs feasted on the leopards’ well-earned meal,  just before 2 hungry hyenas burst onto the scene as well, quickly making their way through the wild dogs, and to the meal. One hyena kept the wild dogs at bay while the other was enjoying the impala all to itself until a 3rd hyena also joined.”

    “The wild dogs moved off into the bush for a while as a 4th hyena also made its way to the meal but was chased off by the other 3 hyenas. The wild dogs returned every so often to see if they could win the meal back, but, as the minutes past, there was less and less left of the carcass.”

    “We only found out afterward that the dogs were about to bring the pups to the kill after dealing with the leopard, but stopped on the road not far away (out of shot) once the hyenas arrived. There were 9 hyenas in total which have been tracking the dogs all week and the previous day we saw the dogs chase the hyenas away from a waterhole when the pups needed to drink.”

    “The hyenas finished off every shred of the impala except the head, within minutes, only stopping to fight with each other – and the largest female then made off with the head to a nearby open field.  The leopard then came down the tree and followed the hyenas to see if he could pick up any scraps but ended up with nothing, just watching from a distance.”

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  • Dangerous African Cape Buffalo - attacks & kills Lions in Africa

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    CAPE BUFFALO EARNS THE TITLE, BLACK DEATH, BY KILLING LIONS
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    SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: #Lions #Serengeti #AfricanSafaris #buffalo Like the battle at Kruger, or 5 Lion Vs 100 Buffalo - When Buffalo get Angry or Male Lion attacks Buffalo and gets horned and owned, lions attacking or ambushing buffaloes is expected, but what happens when buffaloes attack lions? The tables get turned! A group of buffalo will fearlessly attack lion day and night. Watch what happens when a 1300 pound African Black Death Buffalo goes after the lions! Weighing in at a 1300 pound average, the Cape Buffalo is a formidable beast. Even the King of the Jungle.. The Lion... must respect it's size and strength or pay the ultimate price.

    The African buffalo is not an ancestor of domestic cattle, and is only distantly related to other larger bovines. Owing to its unpredictable nature, which makes it highly dangerous to humans, the African buffalo has never been domesticated unlike its Asian counterpart, the water buffalo. Other than humans, African Cape buffaloes have few predators aside from lions and are capable of defending themselves. Being a member of the big five game family, the Cape buffalo is a sought-after trophy in hunting.

    The African buffalo or Cape buffalo (Syncerus caffer), is a large African bovine.[2] It is not closely related to the slightly larger wild Asian water buffalo, and its ancestry remains unclear. Syncerus caffer caffer, the Cape buffalo, is the typical subspecies, and the largest one, found in South and East Africa. S. c. nanus (forest buffalo) is the smallest subspecies, common in forest areas of Central and West Africa while S. c. brachyceros is in West Africa and S. c. aequinoctialis is in the savannas of Central Africa. The adult buffalo's horns are its characteristic feature; they have fused bases, forming a continuous bone shield referred to as a boss. It is widely regarded as a very dangerous animal, as it gores and kills over 200 people every year.

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