“Nature’s Revenge: Buffalo’s Ultimate Triumph Over the King Lion”


In the clip, an injured lion rests under a tree. Not far away, a wild buffalo was quietly observing the enemy.

Although the prey was standing right in front of him, perhaps due to the severe injury, the lion did not move. Surprisingly, just a few minutes later, the wild buffalo rushed towards the lion and launched a fatal blow. The strong impact sent the king of the forest flying into the air and then falling to the ground. Witnessing this scene, the tourists present at the scene could not help but panic.

After torturing the enemy, the wild buffalo left coldly. It is known that the lioness had to die soon after.

The African buffalo, also known as the Cape buffalo, has long been known for its robustness and difficulty of taming.

They are likened to a solid tank, capable of knocking all enemies away with their sharp horns thanks to their weight of nearly 1 ton, and the health of few animals.


Mature buffalo horns are typical of the species, with the horns merging at the corner base, forming a bony shield known as a “hump”. This pair of horns combined with a muscular physique makes it very difficult for buffalo to be defeated by one or two predators, but usually it takes a whole herd of hunting animals to defeat them.

In the event of being unable to retreat, the buffalo will not hesitate to engage in a fight with the enemy. There is a recorded case of a buffalo killing a lion, and chasing other members up a tree, after the lion killed a member of the herd.

In addition, when being hunted by predators, a herd of buffalo will stick together and make it difficult for predators to choose a suitable member to attack.



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