Female lions fighting for their cubs





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Published on Mar 19, 2011

The powerful Mopogos brothers fighting against lionesses to kill their cubs, close to Mala Mala camp
( Mopogos Pride: 5 brothers (Mr. T and Kinky Tail) + one half-brother)

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Katherine Uribe
In a lion takeover, the male lions kill all cubs not of their bloodline. This brings the females back into season so they can mate and insure their ownbloodlines. The females fight mightily for their cubs. But it is also a test of the strength of the male. Violent, to be sure, but it is truly survival of the fittest. 
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Mary Allen
Can u imagine what it feels like to be a female lion and have to try to protect your babies from being killed by big bullies like these guys. They are the bravest of all as far as I'm concerned.
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vic Jas
stupid humans are laughing. this is a moment of extreme pain for the lionesses feeling that in a few minutes their cubs will be killed. this is nature, of course, but as humans we could pay some respect to the pain of those beautiful animals.
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Andrea Delgado
wow the people are loud . very sad time and they are laughing
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whoever add this music to this video should be choked slammed !! then those instruments SHOVED deep up their ass!!
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Judith Campbell
People laughing?!?!!! That lioness was injured! Have some respect, please, it’s not funny. It’s nature, yes, but to laugh at an injured lioness? Not cool
Irfan Mirza
Mister T take over on Othawa pride
vinod Andrew
hatsoff lioness mama
Katherine Uribe
One of the lionesses was injured in this scuffle. However, lions heal very quickly. It's amazing! One day you'll see a lion with a terrible wound, something that would put us in the hospital. In a week or two, you'd never know that that lion was injured. And they carry on regardless of injury to insure they stay with the pride, their source of comfort and protection. The bonds of a lion pride run very deep.
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Cool to see the lions have their dignified language. The females are in submissive poses as they keep their ground, until the male lions move, and then WHABAM! They have in no way given up, simply by respecting the male with his strength and size. Sigh human "modern" society is beneath animal society...
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