04/05/2022 19:31 GMT+7
Video captures a fight between two male lions in the Dinokeng Reserve in South Africa.
Aiden Blake, 20, a guide at the reserve captured a rare moment in the wild between two male lions.
|Lion stalking attacks its fellows and reacts unexpectedly|
Male lions always face many fierce battles to keep the territory and the herd. If they lose, they will lose their territory, even lose their lives.
Spectacular footage shows two male lions fighting over territory and dominance. A lion was lying half asleep when another one attacked from behind. Two male lions in the Dinokeng Reserve in South Africa fight for their survival for territory.
The male lion, seeing his opponent from afar, sneaked up to bite the lion sleeping in the sun. Aiden Blake captured the fierce fighting in the Dinokeng Reserve in South Africa.
Aiden Blake was driving on the road when the tire went flat, and Aiden Blake was forced to stop on the side of the road. At that moment he saw the male lion walking slowly.
Aiden Blake was surprised, two ferocious big cats just meters away from the car. He started taking out the camera. A sleeping lion and one showing their stalking and attacking skills are very agile and neat.
Two male lions brawled in the grass, roaring for a few seconds before standing up, separating from each other.
Aiden Blake couldn’t believe that on this voyage of discovery he had the chance to see the dramatic encounter first-hand.
Aiden Blake said: “This is a rare sight, luckily in my life I have witnessed. If my car had not had the problem, the tire was not flat I probably wouldn’t have had the opportunity to experience this.”
Young lions that have just separated from the herd, around the age of 3, are often the subject of long-term dominant male lions. Two male lions often fight for territory and dominance.
Young male lions often form alliances with one or two other cubs to hunt and protect their cubs. In many cases, two male lions are brothers or cousins or share a common goal.
Lions are considered as kings, the most powerful predators on the African grasslands. However, the number of lions is decreasing due to conflicts with humans and loss of habitat. Dinokeng Reserve in South Africa is one of the few places left in the world where lions live.
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