Being tormented by two lions at the same time, the zebra, even though it is dying, turns back and kicks the lion


Not too hard on this hunting trip, the lioness only took on the task of supporting her fellows. However, when her fellow humans caught the prey, it seemed that just waiting for the time to enjoy the meal, the lioness received a memorable blow.

While her companion was finishing off the zebra by biting the animal’s neck, the lioness went around the back to attack the horse.

However, the lioness immediately received kicks in the mouth and bled a lot after this unfortunate accident. Perhaps, it needs to be more careful next time.

Zebras are several species of the African Horse family identified by their distinctive black and white stripes. Their stripes have different symbols, which are unique to each individual.

This animal often lives in herds and has never been truly domesticated.

The video shows the lion organizing an attack on a herd of zebras and wildebeest grazing in the field.

The lions’ plan initially succeeded when they actively separated the herbivores into two groups. While the other lions continued to chase the large group, one lion broke off the pack, chased the small group running in the opposite direction and caught a young, immature zebra.


The lion quickly grabbed its prey by the neck, knocking it back to the ground. What seemed to be an easy meal, suddenly appeared another zebra, apparently the mother of the restrained horse.

Without hesitation, the zebra bravely rushed in, even using its own head as a lever to pressure the lion. The horse’s fierceness and strength forced the lion to temporarily let go of its prey.

But soon after, the lion continued to attack. In one segment, it seemed that the zebra was in danger when it was almost jumped on the back by a lion.

In the midst of danger, it was quick to use a unique kick to kick back, to hit the head of the predator, making the “big cat” stunned and had to give up the game midway.


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