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When You See What This Lion Finds In Elephant Carcass Will Have You In Aww…

The Lion is the king of the jungle, no one messes with the king! It’s like walking into a boxing ring with Mike Tyson in his prime asking him “To touch gloves and lets go at it.” Lions rule the jungle because they in fact eat a large variety of prey such as giraffe, rhinos, hyena, wildebeest, reptiles and even smaller birds. You will never guess what this lion finds in this elephant carcass.

It seems like “El Rey” is just hovering over the carcass just for the fun of it. Take a closer look if you can underneath the lion’s shoulder and let me know if you can see anything?
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The lion is relentless of whatever he thinks is inside this elephant carcass. The lion population in Africa has been reduced by half since the early 1950s. Today, only fewer than 21,000 remain in all of Africa.
hyena hiding in elephant carcass

Look what we find in here…What the heck is this? Could it be that something or someone is hiding inside the decaying elephant hiding from the lion. Are you serious? Look at the eyes…What is it?

Look at who outwits the “king of the jungle?” It’s the savvy hyena, who is Africa’s most common large carnivore. The spotted large dog-like carnivores live in savannas, grasslands, sub-deserts and forests of Africa and Asia.

There goes the hyena…I wonder how long the witty carnivore stayed inside the carcass before the lion got tired. You can see who had more patience on this day. Today was the hyena’s lucky day I guess.

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