Photographers specialize in capturing moments of natural interactions between animals. Scientists use photographic equipment so that they can not miss the vivid footage. A shy lion was forced to hide in a tree after being chased by a herd of buffaloes it was chasing. According to the Daily Mail, this lion along with three other lions followed 500 buffaloes, approaching them to hunt in the Masai Mara National Park – Kenya. However, the situation reversed when these buffaloes saw the group of lions.
They immediately turned and gave chase, causing a lion to climb up a tree to hide for a while. Photographer Olav Thokle, 54, from Norway, captured the moment the lord of the jungle had no choice but to find a safe place. Mr. Thokle said: “Suddenly the buffalo in the herd noticed the presence of the lion. The strongest buffalo rushed towards the lions. The 3 lions quickly ran away but the fourth lion was ᴀᴛᴛᴀᴄᴋᴇᴅ by the buffalo herd. surrounded and unable to escape”.
The photographer added that the lion immediately saw a single tree in the large savannah and climbed to safety before the buffaloes arrived. He persisted in the tree for nearly an hour before the buffalo left. Lion clings to a tree after escaping a chase in the prairie with an angry buffalo herd. Originally thought that one would have a light and simple ʜᴜɴᴛ. The lion is also confident that he can successfully get a delicious meal, but he did not expect this situation to happen.
Olav said: “Suddenly the buffaloes became aware of the lions’ presence. The strongest buffaloes stormed towards the lions. Three of them ran away quickly but the fourth lion was surrounded by the raging buffaloes and couldn’t get away. “He saw a lonely tree on the great savannah and climbed to safety from the big buffaloes. He stayed in the tree for nearly an hour, before the buffalo herd left the area.”
In nature, every situation can always come by surprise. The advantage of disadvantaged animals is that they always gather in groups. They can work together to protect each other from enemies. And this lesson is a valuable lesson for ʜᴜɴᴛɪɴɢ animals like lions. Disdain is an unpredictable ᴅᴀɴɢᴇʀ.