By Josie September 7th, 2023
The video begins with palpable tension - the hyena’s fur bristles, a clear sign of distress and aggression.
A warning bark echoes – it seems a fierce battle is inevitable. But then, a shift occurs. The hyena moves towards the watering hole.
The lions follow suit, but we’re not yet sure of the lions’ intentions.
A mutual respect exists, acknowledging each other’s roles in the savannah’s intricate web of life.
While they are competitors, lions usually prefer larger prey. Hyenas, being scavengers, often feed on the remains left by lions.
They can fluff up their fur, making themselves appear larger and more formidable.
This act is a clear signal to potential threats, a warning that they are ready to fight if necessary.