National Geographic | Lion vs Buffalo | Nat Geo Documentary [VIDEO]

National Geographic | Lion vs Buffalo | Nat Geo Documentary

National Geographic | Lion vs Buffalo | Nat Geo Documentary

Life is essentially a cheat and its conditions are those of defeat; the redeeming things are not happiness and pleasure but deeper satisfactions that come out of struggle. – F. Scott Fitzgerald

Baked under the African sun lie plains of pure gold and finest silk. These soft shimmering grasses undulate in the breeze, tantalisingly inviting, begging for childlike glee as you run barefoot through them. Look closer, however, and you will see the tell-tale signs of a warrior breed of beasts that stalks these fields. Hoof prints, as ungulate battalions muster in tight formation, calves within, horns facing out, scanning the land. For danger lurks. Whisper-quiet, dagger-like claws leave tiny furrows in the soil. The landscape explodes, as grass seeds are flung up high, a streak of sheer violence bounding through them with a single straggler in its sights. Alarm calls ring out, dust clouds are kicked up as hooves pound frantically, but it is too late. Softly, breath fades away between powerful jaws.

With the regal set of their powerful shoulders, and the confidence in their eyes, the title of “The King” suits the African lion well. It seems infeasible that such a muscular cat could face any difficulty when bringing down game, and yet there is one creature that does not lightly surrender. What the lion presents in terms of size, power and ferocity, the African buffalo counters with hardiness, horns, and utter resentment. There is a good reason why an old buffalo bull is the most feared of any adversary that hunters across the ages have faced on this continent.

Our ‘Lion vs. Buffalo’ safari focuses on destinations that are well known for their large concentrations of lion and buffalo. It takes you to the lush bush of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, the drier, northern section of the Okavango Delta in Botswana, and in Tanzania, the endless plains of the Serengeti, and the rugged valleys and woodlands of Ruaha and Katavi National Parks.

Our proposed safari was choses for its variety in scenery and convenient travel. However, numerous other combinations are possible, and we could even line up a few days in Cape Town at the start of the safari, or a tropical beach at the end of the trip. Should you wish to combine elements of this safari with any of our other destinations, please click on the ‘Enquire Now’ button and let us know what you would be interested in.


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31 Comentários

  1. Pardon me but I saw that's why I'm sharing.. Guy's did u see that at the starting when all buffalo trying to rescue that injured buffalo in background two buffalo set there mood and having *

  2. At 20:00 during the fight… that was not banda. The lion charging to the older dominant lion was old too. Not banda. Banda might have been attacked on a different occasion but they used some other lions fights for. Most wildlife film makers lie a lot like this!!

  3. Dear Sir miss miss sir ap jab boltay to takleef hoti ha dil totata ha bond pat jati ha bond say khoon nikalta ha agay hum logon ki gar walon ki batain sun ker tang hain ap ka gana bi chub ta ha mujay dyniya ki har cheez say nafrat ha us ap gana bi ha ma ap ganay ka badlay ma badu data hon

  4. The video is fake ,you guys isolate the buffalo so lions can attacking buffalo and kill for the safe of your footage ,buffalo will never abandon his offspring,they protect each other even 3 lions can t beat a buffalo.14 lions can’t beat an elephant I m African I knees wild life live.youvdon t have lions and elephants in western countries.all is about money

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