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Male lions are territorial killing machines. These monstrous predators tend to protect their pride, but on occasion they will do the hunting. When that happens, it is sure to get messy! How does a male lion kill? Can male lions hunt alone? Stick around for these answers and more as today we are looking at brutal moments when male lions attacked their prey!
Lions are beastly predators that are known for their skillful and violent hunts. Male lions are especially territorial and much larger than female lions. A female lion will weigh up to 180 kilograms, or about 400 pounds, while a male lion can weigh up to 260 kilograms, or about 570 pounds! Male lions are also noticeably longer. While a female lion is an excellent hunter, the male lion’s size can help them to take down larger prey. In this clip, two lions are taking down a buffalo. One of the lions is biting it on the throat. This is a technique used by lions to suffocate and kill their prey. It may sometimes take a bit of elbow grease for the lions to get it to work, but as a team, these two lions are eventually able to defeat this struggling buffalo! They use their teeth along with their paws to come at the buffalo from two sides, giving it no chance to survive. At one point, one of the male lions gets on the ground and bites the buffalo’s snout. This may be due to the inefficiency of suffocating the buffalo by biting at its throat. By targeting its nose and mouth, the buffalo will surely stop breathing! Now that is brutal!
A male lion’s mane has a story to tell. Their manes can reach a length of 16 centimeters, or about half a foot. The longer the mane, the older the lion is. These manes also get darker as the male lion ages. As the years go by, these manes become a display of dominance amongst the lion prides. A mane may look merely decorative, but they can serve as protection as well. Aside from helping a male lion attract a mate, their manes can help protect their necks and head from injuries during their vicious fights. To see a dominant male lion in action, take a look at this next clip. A lion spots a group of African wild dog pups. He watches from a distance for a while. Then, he decides that it is the perfect time for an easy hunt, and that motivates him to launch towards the pups! He stirs up some dust as he picks one out randomly. The pups scatter and the lion is left with one victim in his grasp. You can see how he used his paws to grab the pup and trap it. After a while, two other lions come by two check out the snack. The three of these lions now have to share the meal!
A lion has a big appetite, although that may be apparent with what they hunt. Since a male lion is larger, he will need more food in order to sustain nutrients. In a single meal, a lion can eat up to 40 kilograms, or about 88 pounds, of meat! Now imagine how big of a buffet that would be! Eating a quarter of their own body weight means they need to be able to hunt larger animals, especially if it is a shared meal amongst a pride. For example, a female buffalo can weigh up to 454 kilograms, or about 1,000 pounds. That is plenty of meat to go around! Lions tend to finish their entire meal. They don’t hide unfinished food like some other animals do. If a meal is unfinished, a lion may lie next to it until they can finish it. In this clip, a male lion has his sights set on a mother buffalo. The lion approaches her at a casual speed, then once close, he aims for her face. The buffalo is tough and protective of her calf, so she fights back with her horns. The lion avoids these strikes and latches his teeth onto her neck. She is able to swing the lion around, but because his teeth are sunk into her and he is holding her with his strong paws, the lion is not shaken off. After a bit of a struggle on both ends, the lion is able to bring this buffalo down. The buffalo slowly stops moving, showing how the lion’s method of suffocation can be a slow and painful process. Now this is a meal that will last a while!…
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Male lions are territorial killing machines these monstrous predators tend to protect their pride but on occasion they'll do the hunting when that happens it's sure to get messy how does a male lion kill can male lions hunt alone stick around for these answers and more.
As today we're looking at brutal moments when male lions attack their prey lions are beastly predators that are known for their skillful and violent hunts male lions are especially territorial and much larger than female lions a female lion will weigh up to 180 kilograms or about 400 pounds while a.
Male lion can weigh up to 260 kilograms or about 570 pounds male lions are also noticeably longer while a female lion is an excellent hunter the male lion's size can help them to take down larger prey in this clip two lions are taking down a buffalo one of the lions is biting it on the throat this is a technique used by.
Lions to suffocate and kill their prey it may sometimes take a bit of elbow grease for the lions to get to work but as a team these two lions are eventually able to defeat this struggling buffalo they use their teeth along with their paws to come at the buffalo from two sides giving it no chance to survive at one point one of the male lions gets.
On the ground and bites the buffalo snout this may be due to the inefficiency of suffocating the buffalo by biting at its throat by targeting its nose and mouth the buffalo will surely stop breathing now that's brutal a male lion's mane has a story to tell their manes can reach a length of 16 centimeters or about half a foot the.
Longer the mane the older the lion is these manes also get darker as the male lion ages as the years go by these manes become a display of dominance amongst the lion prides a mane may look merely decorative but they can serve as protection as well aside from helping a male lion attract a mate their manes can help protect their necks and the head.
From injuries during their vicious fights to see a dominant male lion in action take a look at this next clip a lion spots a group of african wild dog pups he watches from a distance for a while then he decides that it is the perfect time for an easy hunt and that motivates him to launch towards the pups he stirs up some dust as he picks one.
Out randomly the puffs scatter and the lion is left with one victim in his grasp you can see how he used his paws to grab the pup and trap it after a while two other lions come by to check out the snack the three of these lions now have to share this meal a lion has a big appetite although that may be apparent with what they hunt.
Since a male lion is larger he'll need more food in order to sustain nutrients in a single meal a lion can eat up to 40 kilograms or about 88 pounds of meat now imagine how big of a buffet that would be eating a quarter of their own body weight means that they need to be able to hunt larger animals especially if.
It's a shared meal amongst the pride for example a female buffalo can weigh up to 454 kilograms or about a thousand pounds that is plenty of meat to go around lions tend to finish their entire meal they don't hide unfinished food like some other animals do if a meal is unfinished a lion may lie next to it until they can finish it in this clip a.
Male lion has his sights set on a mother buffalo the lion approaches her at a casual speed then once close he aims for her face the buffalo is tough and protective of her calf so she fights back with her horns the lion avoids these strikes and latches his teeth onto her neck she's able to swing the lying around but because his teeth are sunk.
Into her and he's holding her with his strong paws the lion is not shaken off after a bit of a struggle on both ends the lion is able to bring this buffalo down the buffalo slowly stops moving showing how the lion's method of suffocation can be a slow and painful process now this is a meal that will last a.
While there are many aspects of a lion that can strike fear into their prey's hearts their speed their teeth and even their chunky paws but have you ever considered the power of a lion's tongue that's right a lion's tongue can do quite a bit of damage if you've ever felt the tongue of a cat it's similar to a lion's tongue the only difference is.
That a lion's tongue could scrape the skin off of your hand the tongue of a lion is covered in sharp spines these are called papillae these papillae face backwards so when a lion licks something it'll definitely hurt these tongues can help a lion to clean dirt off of its fur but it is mostly used to scrape meat off the bones of their prey now that's a.
Violent image watch this clip and see how these two male lions are working on devouring a buffalo as they lick and bite other buffalo approached them to check out the situation the lions aren't too happy about this and snarl at the trespassers they use their intimidation to ward off the buffalo so they can continue to eat their meal in peace.
Thanks to their angry faces and sharp teeth it works lion prides tend to be matriarchal systems normally the female lions will hunt for prey and be the leaders they'll also communally raise the cubs of the pride while they may make most of the kills the male lions are the ones that eat first a male lion's main goal in a pride is to defend.
The territory they will ward off any trespassers by violently attacking them or chasing them away this helps protect the pride as the females are mostly busy providing the food female lions tend to hunt together in groups and when male lions hunt they do the same but if a male lion is alone and.
The opportunity for food presents itself they are going to take advantage of it you can see the male lion in this clip contemplating killing a nearby zebra the lion lays and watches the zebra who's just standing there the lion doesn't look all too interested but suddenly it positions itself in a low crouch it then runs and startles the zebra who was.
Unable to save itself the lion jumps on its back and is able to get a bite on the zebra's neck it brings the zebra down and continues to attempt to kill it all while the zebra struggles this was a solo hunt that'll definitely pay off lions can be speedy when they have to be while they are no match to some other big cats lions are still able to speed.
Up to 80 kilometers per hour or about 50 miles per hour they use this speed in short bursts as they can only run this fast for short periods of time they'll reserve this energy by stalking their prey first then once close they will start their run along with running lions also are good at leaping.
Lions are able to leap as far as 36 feet this helps them to pounce on their prey once they're close enough ensuring they're able to get a good bite in these bursts of power are what help give lions advantages in battles against their prey the male lion in this clip has its teeth sunk into the neck of a smaller catch it holds it at an uncomfortable angle.
Waiting for it to stop breathing before it can eat it in order to catch a smaller prey like this the male lion may have had to chase it as it wouldn't have been as slow as the older and bigger prey because it is small it was definitely an easy attack the lion would have just had to pounce on it to knock it to the ground lions like many.
Predators enjoy big hunts these hunts reward them generously with nutrients which helps keep them alive in the unforgiving wilderness but when it comes to a solo hunt a male lion may opt for a smaller and easier catch male lions will pick out the weakest animal in a herd when chasing prey alone they won't need to worry about such a.
Big meal if they are the only one eating so a male lion going for a vulnerable calf is not out of the ordinary it saves a lion energy and will most likely end in a successful hunt in this clip a male lion watches a lone baby buffalo the baby buffalo is vulnerable since it has been separated from its herd leaving it open to attacks from predators such as.
This interested lion after some time the lion decides to stalk and then run up to the baby buffalo the baby buffalo watches the lion unsure of what to do the lion gives a swift bite to the neck and knocks the baby buffalo to the ground where it continues to bite it until it dies this attack was quick and easy and now the male lion has its meals.
Set for the day out of all the big cats in the wild lions are the most social this is apparent when you see them in their pride which is what a group of lions is called these prides normally consist of about 15 lions the female lions are the leaders and the male lions are the protectors the cubs of the pride are raised communally meaning that they.
Aren't stuck with two parents they are protected by all of the adults in the pride prides are protective of each other and help each other when it comes to hunting and killing prey in enemies in this next clip a male lion and his companion watch a buffalo with the intent to kill it they give it a bit of a chase as it.
Tries to ward the lions off but using his strength the male lion is able to jump onto the buffalo's back and pull it to the ground the other lion soon joins and helps the lion to kill the buffalo by biting at it more lions come by but eventually they leave the first male lion alone to finish the kill.
He holds his bite on the buffalo's throat patiently waiting for it to stop struggling and die a lion is usually a symbol of strength power and bravery but lions aren't always this tough when they are cubs they must go through all the risks of the wild in order to survive and make it to adulthood lion cubs have a 60 to 70 percent.
Mortality rate they are vulnerable to predators such as hyenas and lepers additionally when a new group of male lions take over a pride they will kill off all the cubs in order to mate with a female lions that means an older lion truly is a symbol for strength they were resilient and were able to make it through the hardest period of their life.
These three lions have proven their strength and are now using it to corner a large and injured buffalo the buffalo is not able to move around much yet it still tries to get out of the situation the male lions move in on it as it tries to run bringing it down by ganging up and pulling it from behind they are then able to tip it over and.
Start gnawing on its flesh this kill was proof that these male lions are resilient lions are carnivorous animals that means they look for meat to sustain themselves most of their prey are medium-sized hoofed animals this includes zebras wildebeests and antelopes they will occasionally eat food outside of their.
Normal diet because of that a lion will hunt bigger animals on occasion and that includes the buffalo when they spot a carcass known as carrion they may eat that as well lions have been seen eating the meals of other predators such as hyenas in this clip a couple of lions decided on a bigger meal they stalk a buffalo and her.
Calf they come in from a distance with matching movements they are crouched and sneak around they approach the pair from behind speeding up once close when the mother buffalo notices them she blocks them and fights them off protecting her calf the lions take her down while the calf remains nearby it takes a bit of effort to get the large buffalo to the.
Ground and during this fight a third male lion comes up and grabs the calf and demolishes it instantly it uses its paws to grab the scared calf and sinks its teeth right into it all the while the other two lions are still working on the mother buffalo this is definitely a meal worth sharing a lion's digestive system works very fast they can eat a.
Large meal and still go for another meal shortly afterwards if the opportunity arises a lion will drink water every day if it is available to them but it is not necessary a lion can go four to five days without drinking any water that is because they are able to obtain moisture from the prey they eat so that means not only is a lion hard working but so is.
Their stomach and that comes in handy in the wild where food and water may not always be readily available in this next clip we see a hungry lion doing something brave the lion lays down and watches a herd of buffalo the buffalo do not seem to mind the lion all too much as they outnumber it but this lion has plans for a filling meal so it.
Runs through the herd causing them to scatter the lion targets one of the buffalo and pounces on it it bites at its throat pulling at it to get it to fall to the ground so the lion can take control over the battle the rest of the buffalo herd had abandoned the targeted buffalo leaving it no form of defense or backup the line eventually gets the.
Buffalo on the ground and that is the signal for the beginning of the end for this buffalo on average a male lion will need more food in a day than a female lion female lions only need around 5 kilograms or about 11 pounds of meat a male lion needs 7 kilograms or about 15 pounds of meat this required diet is what helps.
Keep the male lion strong enough to protect the pride from any predators without a meal the lion may not be able to absorb enough nutrients leading to a weaker fight against prey it's a cycle a lion needs to hunt prey and eat it in order to hunt more prey and eat the clip here shows a male lion running through a road full of spectators as it.
Chases a kudu the kuru runs but isn't able to escape the lion and eventually gets caught the lion grabs the kudu and takes it to the side of the road into the grass where it can peacefully shred the kudo apart and eat it the kudu is the perfect size for the male lion it is able to provide enough meat for the lion to survive the day and may even have.
Enough meat left for later this really was a perfect meal for a solo lion hunt lions may not have the strongest bite out of all the big cats in the wild but this does not stop them from using their jaws as powerful weapons a lion's bite force is measured at about 650 psi this is only slightly stronger than the.
Bite force of a large dog such as an english mastiff which has a bite force of about 550 psi what helps them make their kills are their teeth they have 30 teeth 12 of which are incisors these are the teeth that help them to tear apart the flesh of their prey once sunk into the skin of an animal.
They are already able to do major and sometimes fatal damage check this next clip out and see how a lion is able to use its teeth and bite to hold on to stubborn prey this male lion has caught a strong buffalo the buffalo fights another lion and gives it a good scare but the lion gripped onto its back refuses to be.
Shaken off the buffalo paces around dragging the lion with it the lions using both its teeth and paws to remain stuck to the buffalo this distresses the buffalo which causes it to move more which in turn is causing the lion's teeth to rip its flesh apart at this point the buffalo is stuck in a determined battle with this male lion.
Lions tend to hunt wildebeests these animals are a staple to the lion's diet as they are the perfect size to hunt and allow for enough meat to sustain a lion will the beast are often seen in herds and occasionally a herd will stampede these stampedes are dangerous to animals including predators such as lions stampedes can cause an animal to get.
Trampled and as they try to get up the rest of the herd will continue to trample it while it is a dangerous situation it can also be a great opportunity to hunt this next clip shows an anxiety-inducing hunt that could only be taken on by a brave lion these wildebeests are stampeding through a crossing near them a female lion watches.
She most likely calculated the risk and realized it wasn't worth it to jump in and grab one of the speedy wildebeests but a nearby male lion thinks differently he runs right into the middle of the herds crossing and grabs the wildebeest quickly this happens smoothly and he's able to drag it away and kill and eat it the.
Other wildebeests continue running without causing any harm to either of the lions this hunt proved that big risk gives big reward while you are here go ahead and click on one of these two videos on your screen we'll see you there
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