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Triumph of the Herbivores | Prey Escapes Predator | Life of Mammals | BBC Earth

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Hippos Save Wildebeest from Crocodiles!

Incredible footage showing some rare interactions, captured on a safari with Chasin' Africa Safaris (Book with them here: at one of the top dams in Kruger, Gezanftombi Dam, near Crocodile Bridge.

Chase told Latestsightings.com of this ordeal: “We stopped to watch all the animals come down to drink and saw a cool heron surfing on the back of a hippo, it was an enjoyable sight having all the different species around.

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An unsuspecting group of wildebeest sauntered down to the water’s edge for a drink when a huge crocodile jumped right out and immediately grabbed one of the wildebeest, keeping its jaws locked on the animals head. Next moment another croc raced in to try and get something off the menu. The hippos close by seemed to be very perturbed by what was happening and it looked for a moment as if they also wanted to join in on this kill. They kept the wildebeest surrounded and it all looked like a pretty hopeless situation.

The wildebeest was obviously exhausted and it seemed as if the hippos sensed its fear of the whole ordeal. They calmly kept close by to wildebeest but he seemed to have spooked and picked up a second wind changing direction and seeking another escape route. The hippos followed until he reached the shore and managed to get himself out of the water but his back foot was completely injured and one could not help but wonder what his final outcome would be if with the damage he endured.

It was exciting to watch in the beginning but then a deep sense of sadness overcame everyone. Nature can be cruel but the circle of life must go on”.

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Lion Shows Tourist Why Windows Should be Closed!

The scary moment a male lion attacks a car just after mating with a lioness!

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Chemical engineer (29), Mark Williams-Wynn, explained to Latestsightings.com the story that unfolded on the H12, near Skukuza, early yesterday morning.

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“It had been a strange drive. I came up the H4-1 early in the morning, which is usually the best road for predator sightings at this time of the year, but on this occurrence, the only good sighting was of a herd of elephants crossing the road. 

I had already planned to go back down to Lower Sabie along the H1-2 and then H12, so when I was stopped by a car to tell me to take the H12 turnoff because of some lions, I was glad that I would finally see something interesting. When I arrived, there was a lion and lioness lying in the road, and another male lying behind an anthill a bit removed from the road.  Because the lions were on the road, the cars were a bit of a mess.  I patiently waited my turn to get front-row parking. 

People were slowly moving off and more arriving, as is usual with a lion sighting.  Eventually, I got close to the front.  By this time, the big lion had made a few advances on the female, nuzzling her and trying to get her consent, but every time, he was rebuffed with a fierce growl from her.  After the umpteenth attempt, all of a sudden, he walked away from her and started staring at the occupants of the closest car.  I guess that he either decided to see if he could impress his lady with some bravado, or else he needed something to take his frustrations out of.  At this point, I quickly started filming, as it looked as if something was about to happen.  Luckily I started the camera rolling, as, quick as a flash, he had attacked the car and turned back to the female, as if to say, Look how brave I am.  There was nothing that the occupants of the vehicle had done wrong, and luckily they had their windows up, as it could have otherwise ended in disaster.  They just happened to be the closest vehicle to the lion when he lost his mind. The shaken tourists in the vehicle drove off shaken but unharmed.  When looking at the reaction of the driver in the video, it did not even seem as if he was that afraid.  But on speaking to them afterward, I think that they were fairly traumatised.

A quarter of an hour went past, and the crazy act of the lion was forgotten, new people arrived and everything seemed to be back to normality.  Just another mating lion sighting in KNP.  The female moved to the shade thrown by a safari vehicle that had parked to view the lions, and everyone was taking photos, videoing, etc, as one does at a lion sighting.  But then, once again, the lion decided to see if the female was interested, and again he was rebuffed.  This time, the closest vehicle was an open top safari vehicle.  Thankfully the game guide driving this vehicle had lightning reflexes.  As soon as the lion locked eyes with him, he started the vehicle and was already moving when the lion attacked.  He did almost drive into another vehicle in his haste to get his guests out of harm's way, but a miss is as good as a mile.  Unfortunately, I didn't get this second attack on video.  But suffice to say, the quick reflexes of the game guide prevented disaster.  All of the occupants of this second vehicle were ashen-faced after this close encounter. 

This was probably the scariest thing that I have experienced in all of my holidays in the bush.  The lion was just so unpredictable.  I was not sure what he was going to do next. After the second attack, everyone gave the lion a wide berth.  Even the female appeared to be abashed of what her consort had done.  After a while of them lying in the shade I drove off to see what else I could find.

Mating lions on the road are fairly common.  I've seen at least one pair every time that I come to the park.  A lion attacking and hitting a car - I've never seen such a thing, and am glad that I managed to document it. It was good that the tourists had their windows up.  It shows how dangerous putting any part of your body out of the window at a sighting is. Although I do not advocate having to drive around the park with windows up, this video definitely makes a strong case for doing so at a lion sighting, especially when they are right next to you.  I also want to stress that the tourists did absolutely nothing wrong.  In fact, no-one was hurt, simply because they followed all of the rules and did not panic.

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Lions Hunting Prey Documentary

Lions hunting prey in africa national geographic documentary. Lions hunting prey in africa nature documentary. Lions hunting prey in africa wildlife documentary. Lions hunting prey in africa animals documentary. Pride of lions hunting prey in africa nat geo wild documentary. Lions documentary natgeo wild. Lions hunting prey in africa mostly from dusk till dawn, Lions hunting usually during the day and rest in night. lions hunting prey and feeds her family. Lion or lioness hunt animals only when it is hungry. Female lions are the pride's primary hunters. Groups of female lions hunting usually together for large prey. The lionesses work together to hunt and help rear the cubs. The female lions in the pride tend to do the majority of the hunting. Lions work as a group for hunting and use intelligent hunting tactics to catch prey which they would not be able to hunt alone as they are faster than them. Lions are generally carnivores that hunt at night and also hunting during the day, and particularly eat ungulates as their main meal. The lion is a flesh eating animal. Lions is one of the strongest and fiercest of all flesh eating animals. Lions hunting prey include zebra, buffalo, wildebeest, eland, deer impala, gazelle, antelope, sambar, chital , Lions hunting prey also big animals for prey like elephant, rhino, giraffe, hippo, crocodile. Occasionally, lions hunting prey also small animals if they found them, like birds, turtles, rabbits, mouse, lizards, hares and other meals when the opportunity presents itself are not above stealing kills from other carnivores, like hyenas, and wild dogs, or scavenging spoiled meat. Lions are graceful and powerful big cats closely related to tiger, leopard, cheetah, cougar and jaguar.
Lions are the main rulers of Jungle, Most lions live in Africa. Lions are big and strong. Lion is an apex and keystone predator, Lion is usually more powerful than other big cats. lions mostly live together in groups called pride, Lion pride consist of related females lioness and their cubs. Dominant males lions with their flowing manes, fight to maintain breeding rights. Lions acquired the name “the king of the jungle” and ‘king of the beasts’ because of their appearance, raw strength and power, and their social structure of a pride. Male lions are the only big cats that look different than the females of the species. Lion looks very beautiful due to its mane. Lions are found in Africa and parts of Eurasia. Lions are wild mammals classified under Felidae family of Panthera Genus and assigned a specific name Panthera leo. Lions live in the Sub-Saharan Africa and parts of Asia and Europe. African lions living in safari park, sometimes known as a wildlife park. Most of the lion population live in the Savannah or Sub-Saharan Africa. In Africa, lions live in Eastern African countries like masai mara in Kenya and serengeti in Tanzania as well as the Southern African countries like sabi sand and kruger park in South Africa, okavango delta in Botswana, hwange park in Zimbabwe, luangwa valley in Zambia, Angola and mozambique. In Eurasia, lions live within the Gir Forest of northwestern India. African lions living in the grasslands, scrub, forest, savvanah and open woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa, the lion is the second largest cat in the world.
Lions are the national animal of Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, England, Ethiopia, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Singapore. The Lion is one of the fastest land animals on the planet. Lions can reach speeds of up to 81 km/h but only in short bursts because of a lack of stamina. Lion's roar in the world is very famous; lion can run very quickly and very loudly roar. Lion is an animal of carnivorous nature. The Lions take pleasure in relaxing and lazing. lions are classified into different subspecies, asiatic lion, barbary lion, west african lion, northeast congo lion, east african lion, katanga lion, southwest african lion, transvaal lion, cape lion, white lion, kalahari lion, senegal lion, abyssinian lion, and somali lion. The lion is a wild creature. Lion is one of the most powerful animals. Due to its enormous size and ferocious appearance, lion is known as the jungle king. The most common type of lion that the species panther, Leo, as is the African lion.

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Puma takes on Guanaco 3 Times Her Weight | Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC Earth

Guanacos stand at two metres tall and weight three times the amount of a female puma. Will this mother be able to provide a meal for her growing cubs?
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Herd Buffalo Tossing Cheetah | Cheetah Jumped High To Catch Buffalo But Was Hit By Buffaloes

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Worst Lion Hunt Fail Ever!

We all were anticipating a fairly easy catch by these 2 hunting lions. But this turned out to be a hilarious fail by them! :)

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Long Battle Between Giraffe and Crocodile

This dramatic footage of a giraffe and a crocodile battling it out was captured by freelance field guide Mario Paul, who was guiding for Vula Tours.
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Mario tells LatestSightings.com the story: “I was guiding a tour for Vula Tours on this day. We had just left our breakfast stop at 10am and were heading up the H4-1 in the hope of finding a leopard!

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About 1.5km’s from Lower Sabie I spotted a herd of giraffes on the other side of the river staring down into the riverbed. Experience immediately told me that there must be some sort of predator in the vicinity.

We stopped and searched without luck. I then decided to go into the little loop and that is where I spotted a giraffe lying flat on the sand. This puzzled me as I could not see any predators around.

The giraffe then sat up and I simply thought that he might have had bit of a stumble or slipped and fallen down. What happened next I would have never been able to predict.

The giraffe tried to stand up and pulled into view a monster crocodile that was latched to his leg. This croc must have been 4 to 5m long. The giraffe was not able to get up on his feet and crashed down to the ground, probably due to the heaviness of the croc. A croc this size could easily weigh close to a ton.

The giraffe repeatedly tried to stand up, each time pulling this enormous croc up into the air. We sat there for over an hour, hoping the giraffe would somehow manage to escape the jaws of this giant croc.

Every time the giraffe tried to get up my guests and I started tried to encourage the giraffe in the hope that it might help, but, every time we were met by the crushing fall of this unfortunate giraffe (yes I know it’s not the right thing to do but in this situation everybody rooted for this poor giraffe and nobody could help themselves).

We could hear how he was falling down and we could feel his suffering and helplessness. It was extremely traumatic for us and we decided to leave the sighting after an hour as we could not bear to watch this poor giraffe suffer any longer.

An hour later we had to go past again and the poor giraffe was still trying desperately to get up, he was clearly exhausted and we could see that this crocodile was not going to let go. The giraffe's leg must have been so damaged already that I knew there and then that he was not going to make it.

At around 13:30 we heard that the croc had let go and returned to the water and was lying and just watching the giraffe. The giraffe apparently tried to get up several more times but his leg was badly broken and he was completely exhausted and thus was unable to do so.

For the rest of the afternoon, not much happened. By the next day, the resident pride of lions had come accross the giraffe and finished it off.

Looking at what happened here one cannot help but feel sorry for the poor giraffe but one cannot look past what we had witnessed. The crocodile held on to the giraffe for more than 3.5 hours whilst it was trying its best to escape. Then for a croc to take on something that big is unheard of, never mind actually managing to finish the kill.

This was very traumatic to watch and for some of my guests it was just too much and they couldn’t stop their tears. I know it's nature and I have seen many kills in my guiding career, but never has one touched me as deeply as this one.

It was very difficult to remain impartial, even though I knew this is nature. I also had very mixed emotions, on the one side I felt for the giraffe, but on the other side, I knew I was witnessing something that has probably never been recorded. That is nature for you.

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Makgadikgadi | Botswana's Wild Kingdoms | Real Wild Documentary

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In the east of the African nation lies a range of hills that is home to some of the region's most striking animals - leopards, black eagles, Cape vultures, and baboons are just some of the creatures that find their home in this wild environment.

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Safari Live - Day 35 | National Geographic

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