These hyenas in the Kruger National Park were not supposed to have the last laugh on this occasion after they have chosen someone double that of them, and with many opportunities to ask for a backup.
Sensational footage captured by 19-year-old student Amber Soames depicts the moments after the killing of wildlife, and the predators circled around dead corpses. At first, things seemed pretty sympathetic, with the lion's share … and the lion.
Lions vs. Hyenas in the Kruger Park
But then the Huians got some ideas over their stations. They tried to choose a fight with their rival cat, realizing they had a figure on their side. There was at least half a dozen of critters trying to bite the lion back and trying to take a piece of his legs.
In scenes of which he is not a witness Lion King, the trapped predator calls for help from his pride – in a minute, we will see two other lions returning to the scene. They take the pace and charge for once-confident hyenas, intimidating them.
The drama continues as the hunter becomes the hunter: the group of hyenas (well, it's actually a "killer" of hyenas, but anyway …), then he must do everything to make him a meal for pride, to escape the quest for the lions re-establish the natural balance.
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Somers conveyed his experience on the official website of the Kruger National Park, describing the excitement of what he observed. The university student also shared some tips for working for visitors who want to catch their own videos:
"I was excited as the suspense grew, I only knew that a drama would develop and I was ready for it. For the other visitors to the park, who are of this kind, the advice I will give is only to have patience and perseverance, because when there are many predators on the same scene, the action of some kind must give them a chance. "
Will the Giants learn to stay in their tape next time? Probably not. They saw the advantage and tried to take it. But when the masses turned, they turned over at a tremendous speed. Just stick to the wildebeest as your main course now, guys.
Watch the Kruger lion angular lions here: