“When Prey Fights Back: Wildebeest’s Tenacity to Defend Itself from the Lion”


According to observations, the lioness quietly watched the wildebeest’s every move for a long time before deciding to attack her prey. When she discovered the wildebeest feeding alone, the lioness quietly followed, not revealing any movement.

Following the wildebeest for more than an hour, until the prey was no longer alert, no longer agile, and highly alert, the lioness decided to attack.

The sharpness in identifying opportunities and decisiveness in attacking quickly and promptly helped the lioness to win. Even alone, the lioness can easily control the wildebeest.

As for wildebeest, it was very brave when it dared to confront the carnivorous beast known as the hegemon of the steppe. However, bravery alone is not enough, the difference in race has caused wildebeest to die tragically.


In the wild, it’s not uncommon for a lioness to hunt wildebeest alone, but it’s not uncommon for a lioness to patiently watch her prey for hours to launch a decisive attack.

Lions often attack as soon as they find their prey lost or standing alone away from the herd

They also often hunt in packs to minimize the risk of their prey escaping

Only lions possessing strength at the peak and adept hunting experience can single-handedly hunt down prey of large size and strong resistance.


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