While wading across the river, 3 lions accidentally invaded the hippo’s territory and were chased straight ashore by the enemy.
Lions are the most ferocious predators in nature, often referred to as the king of the jungle. They are the dominant animals in the active territory.
However, unlike jaguars and tigers, lions are typically quite water-averse. But like any other animal, lions sometimes need to move through many different difficult terrains, outside their familiar territory.
One lion turned back to the starting point, while the other two still tried to cross to the other side.
With the advantage of being in the water, the hippo “launched” quickly and attacked, causing the two lions to flee to shore.
Hippos are dangerous predators in the water environment, with a body length of 3 – 5 meters, a height of about 2 meters, and a weight that can reach more than 4,000 kg. Hippos do not encounter many difficulties in defeating them. prey. Therefore, when seeing a lion crossing the river, hippos do not hesitate to actively approach to threaten.
Hippos are famous for being highly territorial, chasing away any animal that enters their water territory. Therefore, when seeing a lion crossing the river, hippos do not hesitate to actively approach to threaten.
They usually stay in the water all day and only come ashore at night to graze. Despite its massive body and extremely sharp teeth, hippos sometimes fall prey to lions.