By Josie January 26th, 2024
A lone crocodile finds itself surrounded by a pride of lions. Despite being so outnumbered, the crocodile puts up a good line of defense.
The lions, in turn, strategically distract and attack, yet their efforts seem futile against the crocodile’s resilience. Who’s the king of the savannah now?
Lions, known as the kings of the jungle, possess incredible strength, agility, and cooperative hunting strategies.
On the other hand, crocodiles boast one of nature’s most powerful bites, with a jaw strength unparalleled in the animal kingdom.
Lions, while powerful on land, are not adapted for water combat, limiting their effectiveness against crocodiles in aquatic environments.
Crocodiles, though dominant in water, lack the lions’ agility and speed on land, making them vulnerable when outnumbered.
A crocodile’s bite force is legendary, measured at a staggering 3,700 pounds per square inch (psi). This strength is even enough to crush bone and puncture metal!