In the world of wildlife, lions are one of the most notorious predators. Thanks to their inherent strength, plus sharp teeth and claws, they often hunt and kill large animals such as wild buffalo, wildebeest, wild boar, and zebra… for food
Zebras are the favorite prey of lions, but they are also not easy to catch. Not only that, but zebras also have an extremely effective self-defense weapon when fleeing, which is a devastating blow that can make any predator wary. While wandering foraging in the grasslands, the herd of zebras was captured by a lioness. Realizing this was an opportunity to get himself a delicious meal, the hunter decided to go after him.
Its target this time is a baby zebra. However, when attacking the prey, the lion was repelled by the zebra cub with a powerful back kick.
After receiving a “heavenly” kick in the face, the lion had to give up chasing its prey.
The zebra (also known as the wild horse) is a species of mammal in the family Equidae. They are medium-sized, usually about 1.4 to 1.6 meters tall at the shoulder and weigh between 200 and 350 kg. Zebras are dark brown or grayish brown with white horizontal stripes on the legs and body. They usually live in the wild grasslands of North America, Europe, and Asia.