Lamak Sheik during a visit to Nairobi national park encountered an extremely interesting scene: A young male lion surrounded by wild buffalo on four sides. The lion stands on a tall stone landmark, surrounded by a herd of buffalo.
It tries to keep its head low and glare at its enemies. The buffaloes also did not hesitate to respond by looking back, not missing any movement of the lion.
The lion stood motionless for a long time, only moving his head slowly to assess the buffalo herd and baring his fangs and growling when he saw a buffalo approaching. A herd of buffalo this size is capable of killing a lion, especially if they see it as a threat.
Fortunately for the lion, two lionesses nearby discovered the dire situation and ran to rescue it in time. They dispersed the buffalo herd and the male lion quickly left the landmark and successfully escaped.