The male lion recently woke the lioness in the worst possible way. Kruger's observations actually dubbed this "How not to wake the lioness."
In the video, a male lion sneaks up on a sleeping lioness, bites her, and she definitely doesn’t have that. The video was filmed by a 32-year-old Joshua Longkushu safari guide during an evening game in the Kruger National Park.
Joshua told the LastSightings.com story:
“The previous day we noticed this pride of lions who had just killed wildebeest on the banks of the Sand River in Masai Mara. I decided to go there the next day to try to track them down. Fortunately, I managed to find them.
“At first, I could not imagine that the male would behave this way! He got up and continued crawling towards the lioness, almost chasing. He did his best to keep silence as quietly as possible. I told my guests that we have something interesting here. ”
When the lion got to the lioness, he actually bit her.
“It took the lioness exactly two fractions of a second to go from sound sleep to protection mode and be ready to attack! Soon after this fight, the rest of the pride joined them, hugging them, as if they were asking what was the matter ?!
“During my 8 years of leadership, this was the first observation of this kind. I have never seen anything like it, and if someone else encounters such a wonderful sight, I say, share it with the world! "
How to make a perfect video in Kruger National Park:
When shots taken by Amber Soames, a 19-year-old student at Kruger Park, went viral last year, a university student shared some radar tips for visitors wanting to shoot their exciting videos.
“I was excited, as the wait grew, I just knew that some kind of drama would unfold, and I was so ready for it. For other visitors to the park who see this, the advice that I would give is simply to show patience and perseverance, because when there are many predators on the same stage, some kind of action should give way. ”