Wildebeest live in large herds in East Africa. The most famous herds occur in the Serengeti region of Tanzania and Kenya. In these places, the number of migratory wildebeest numbered more than 1 million.
Spotting a herd of wildebeest crossing the Mara River in Tanzania, a male lion lay in ambush from afar and waited for the right moment. When the prey is in sight, it immediately rushes forward. With his experience and strength, the lion easily caught an antelope in the herd.
Despite trying to resist, the wildebeest could not escape the male lion’s clutches. When the antelope no longer resisted, the lord of the grasslands took the prey to find a place to eat.