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The flying shot was a bit too much, but the lion still took down the zebra with ease

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Spotting a herd of zebras roaming the grasslands, the lioness cleverly hid in a nearby haystack to observe.

When it sees a favorable opportunity, it immediately rushes out to chase and then jumps up high, grabbing the zebra’s neck with its front paw and knocking it down in an instant. The lion’s attack was no different from a mighty “judo blow” and the zebra was completely subdued.

African lions use a lot of body organs when hunting, especially using their eyes and smell to recognize where prey is. The familiar hunting time of this species is at night or early in the morning.

 




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