This prudish buffalo was none too impressed by a pair of amorous lions after they began mating directly in front of him, as these incredible pictures show.
The lion was mating with his lioness in full view of a small herd of buffalo, when one decided enough was enough and charged at the big cat sending it flying backwards.
The buffalo confronts the lion after interrupting the amorous moment
At first both lion and lioness retreated to slightly higher ground to try and continue their steamy session, but eventually the male decided the buffalo were getting too close and broke off to shoo them away.
Several buffalo confronted the male but only one actually made serious contact and this resulted in the male lion being tossed into the air. Surprisingly the male who received the blow from the buffalo seemed entirely unhurt, we could see no obvious signs of damage, nor did any of the buffalo struck by the male lion show any signs of injury.
While this was happening, three lioness from the same pride decided to make a more serious attack at the other end of the herd. However, the male wouldn’t allow the mating female to join in the attack, so the two lions retreated to higher ground and the buffalo continued on their way.
Lions absolutely love nibbling on a buffalo. On the other hand buffalo absolutely hate being nibbled on by lions. This discrepancy in tastes has shaped the lion and buffalo’s relationship over the course of their natural history.
Talk more about: Lion Mating – She’s the Boss
Life is not always easy for the King. When a lion receives his mating call to duty, he is required to muster up all the stamina he has to satisfy his lioness. Given a lion pride may have several females, his work is cut out for him. When a lioness is in heat and looking to mate, she calls all the shots. Much as it is with other big cats, she decides when, where and how often mating will take place. His job is to…well, get the job done.
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