Although lions are regarded as the ruler of the forest, that status comes with a somewhat fragile ego. Male lions compete fiercely for supremacy, even against young cubs, despite the fact that these enormous animals have earned their position at the top.
To take control of a pride, male lions will ғɪɢʜᴛ other adult males. One of the males usually dies as a result of the ᴀᴛᴛᴀᴄᴋ. A lion pride frequently consists of multiple females and one male. The boy cubs are frequently ᴋɪʟʟed when a new leader assumes control in order to prevent anyone else from succeeding them.
The great majority of animal mothers guard their young fiercely, and this mother is demonstrating her dominance in this pride. The two lions are snarling at one another as they move up a rocky hillside, signaling to one another that it is time to back off. We can observe another female holding her position in front of a group of cute cubs on the cliff’s brink.
She is admonishing the male approaching her to turn away or face the consequences of her having to defend her family. The male and the lioness on the ledge swiftly come face to face. They leap at one other and ᴀᴛᴛᴀᴄᴋ with their sharp paws and claws. Eventually, the male lion gets the message and moves away from the mother and cubs.
Let’s watch this wonderful moment in the video below:
Source: The All Around Project