“Cruel Justice: Mother Buffalo’s Wrath as Helpless Leopard Pays for Her Hunt”


A jaguar’s reckless hunting trip in Yala National Park, Sri Lanka was filmed by tourists not long ago. The young jaguar suddenly rushed out and grabbed a young buffalo that had walked in the middle of the herd.

It caught a calf in the middle of a dirt road right in front of a series of wild buffaloes and cars. However, the adult buffaloes gathered and prevented it from knocking down the calf immediately. The two sides struggled for a long time before the jaguar gave up.


The large herd of wild buffaloes and the determination to rescue their fellow human beings caused the leopard to fall. It has to climb the tree to escape the herd of wild buffalo.

Yala is the second largest national park in Sri Lanka with an area of about 980 square kilometers. The park was established in 1938. Yala has a dry climate most of the year and is home to many wildlife such as leopards, elephants, crocodiles and hundreds of species of birds.


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