Falling into the lion’s siege, the saber-horned antelope fights fiercely to regain life

Despite being one of the most powerful antelope species in Africa, before the siege of lions, the Kudu striped antelope still cannot avoid death. The video opens with an antelope being attacked, surrounded by a lion and biting its teeth into its tail.

With their superior strength and excellent coordination ability among herd members, they are capable of killing very large prey such as zebras, buffaloes, elephants, etc.

Although the Kudu striped antelope is very large and strong, when faced with skilled lions, it still had to die after only a few minutes of pursuit.

The hunt ended quickly thanks to the strength and speed of the lions, helping them to take down large prey. Lion hunting usually doesn’t take long and is very effective. When hunting alone, they kill their prey by biting the neck, breaking the neck or damaging the circulatory system.

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When hunting in groups, lions can grab large prey while others bite the neck or suffocate prey by locking the victim’s muzzle, making it impossible for them to breathe. Lions can also kill their prey by blocking their prey’s nostrils with their jaws, resulting in suffocation.

On average, lions can eat up to 30 kg of meat in a single hunt. If they cannot consume all of their prey, they will rest for a few hours before continuing to eat.

Even when eating prey, lions use their large numbers to protect their “meal” from scavengers such as vultures and hyenas.