Lions vs. Elephants – Life on the Edge | Free Documentary Nature
Lions vs. Elephants – Life on the Edge | Free Wildlife Documentary
For decades the Savuti pride on the western Boundry of the Chobe National Park in Botswana has ruled supreme. This pride of lion numbering up to 40 individuals has made hunting elephant their specialty.
Life on the edge is a story of a few breakaway lionesses and a group of elephants who are forced to leave Savuti and travel North, to the Chobe River.
Unable to forget her past Seeva a young lioness is determined to continue hunting elephant. Numsa & Jabu are young calves in the Serondela herd who become the prime target of this tenacious lioness.
Faced with many challenges these old adversaries embark on a journey and are not only forced to deal with basic survival but also the threat of each other.
For decades, the Savuti pride on the western border of the Chobe National Park in Botswana has ruled supreme. This pride of lions, numbering up to 40, hunt elephants. It’s become their specialty because lions don’t normally go after these gentle giants.
Elephants seem to have patience and provide loving care to its orphans and little ones. They seem to show empathy to lost or dying elephants. Although they can be aggressive to each other and predators, they just seem to be such caring animals. They seem to have to the same or similar family structures in the caring of others in their herd or prides. It’s beautiful to see in each of their family dynamics.
RIP Jabu. I couldn’t hold back my tears when I saw him drowning in the water.
It also hurts so much to see innocent animals suffering from drought impacts. Let the concerned authorities take the necessary steps to help those animals during dry seasons.
“Nature’s way of replacing what it has taken away” so powerful and sad at the same time. But that’s the way of the world. Beautiful documentary
This documentary is sewing together so well, it’s seems like the narrator is seeing the action at the same time we all are!
The night of the storm, lions went into the heard of Elephants but only injured the young male, who died later by drowning?
Now I’ve watched many documentaries on these beautiful animals, but I must say that this one was one of my favorites… great job.👍
Forty lions in one pride! That’s terrifying. I feel bad for all those animals caught in their path.