It’s takeaway tonight! Lioness proves she’s Queen of the Jungle by killing a zebra and dragging it home for dinner
A stunning collection of images captured on the plains of Southern Africa show a hungry lioness quickly dragging a bloodied Zebra corpse across the wilderness without any help from her pride.
The 280-pound predator can be seen lobbing her lifeless prey over rough grassland and rugged rocks in her journey to a safe place. We presume she took the zebra to a quiet spot to feast on its flesh without disturbance.
A shot from photographer Iris Braun even managed to capture to lion looking directly into the camera lens as she guards her precious food.
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