A herd of buffalo revenged on a lion. As they cornered the hapless beast. After he had killed one of their gang.
The lion trapped between the marsh and the buffalo. It attempt to hide by lying on the ground. Before the buffalo approach to charge him. The lion evades the herd of buffalo. As they charge him. The lion lies in the grass. After he had had killed a buffalo.
The lion know.He is in imminent danger. After Lion leaps from the ground. Lion have him outnumbered and outmatched.
Eric Baccega captured the amazing encounter. He said: ‘A lion and lioness had killed a buffalo. I missed this episode.
‘A herd of buffalo arrived. The lioness swiftly fled. But the lion was caught in a trap between the marsh.
‘The lion lay down on the ground to hide himself. But the buffalo scented him. They approached to charge him. The lion leapt to take refuge a bit further into the marsh.
‘The buffalos couldn’t reach him. We had to leave them at this point. Because it was the end of day, after 7pm.
Regulations dictated that we had to return to our camp, as we had already stayed out later than we should have. The next morning we found the lion near the marsh but the herd of buffalo had disappeared.’
The African buffalo or Cape buffalo is a large African bovine. The adult buffalo’s horns are its characteristic feature; they have fused bases, forming a continuous bone shield across the top of the head referred to as a ‘boss’.
They are widely regarded as very dangerous animals, as according to some estimates they gore and kill over 200 people every year.
Other than humans, African Cape buffaloes have few predators aside from lions and large crocodiles, and are capable of defending themselves.
Source: Daily Mail