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πŸ“½ by @paulonsafari

Lioness takes down a young zebra straggler.

Predators of all shapes and sizes use the need for water as a honeypot of sorts, exploiting this requirement to benefit themselves and the hungry mouths that depend on them to survive.

The escape route the aforementioned zebra foal selected in a blind panic proved to be too much for her, which I’m almost positive was the lionesses plan from the start.

As we’ve talked about in previous write-ups, young animals are targeted precisely for their inexperience and inability to speed off as quickly at the first hint of danger.

It should be noted that this terrain would present a challenge to an experienced adult zebra as well, but a foal is a much easier take than an adult, and presents less risk of injury for the lone lioness.



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