A jaguar pounces on a calves among a large herd of wild buffalo. Immediately the buffalo flocked to rescue the young.
The jaguar’s reckless hunting trip in Yala National Park, Sri Lanka was filmed not long ago by tourists. The young jaguar suddenly rushed out and grabbed a young buffalo walking in the middle of the herd.
It caught a calf in the middle of a dirt road right in front of a series of buffalo carts. However, the adult buffaloes gathered to intervene, so they immediately gored the calf. The two sides struggled for a long time before the jaguar gave in.
The large herd of wild buffaloes and the determination to save their fellow humans made the leopard fall. It has to climb the tree to escape the herd of wild buffalo.
Visitors witnessing the scene can’t help but feel heartbroken because the hunting of wild buffalo takes place quickly and decisively.
Yala is the second largest national park in Sri Lanka with an area of about 980 square kilometers. The park was established in 1938. Yala has a dry climate most of the year and is home to many species of wildlife such as leopards, elephants, crocodiles and hundreds of species of birds.