10 videos that prove lion is not the king of jungle

It is said that the lion is the king of jungle. But it must be the lion who’s not aware of it. It is us human beings who have anointed the creature with the crown, but looks and growls can be deceptive too. So, if you thought that the lion truly is on top of the food chain, then these 10 videos, where he is kicked, mauled, chased, drowned and even killed by other animals, will make you think otherwise.

1. A small boar wins against a lion

(Source: YOUTUBE)

2. Giraffe attacks lion pride and kicks one of them to death.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

3. One young elephant fends off attack by a pack of 14 lions.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

4. A two-horned Rhino chases lions.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

5. Another rhinoceros attacks a lion.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

6. A zebra drowns a lion.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

7. A group of buffaloes kill a lion.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

8. A cape buffalo kills a lion.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

9. Another buffalo kills a lion.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

10. Battle at Kruger: One of the most watched animal videos ever placed on YouTube that involves a pack of lions, a herd of buffaloes and crocodiles in the river.

(Source: YOUTUBE)

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Posted on December 3, 2014, in Sri Lanka. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on 10 videos that prove lion is not the king of jungle.

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