This is the dramatic moment when a sleepy hippopotamus reverses the laws of nature by viciously attacking a lioness.
The great lioness crosses the luxuriant savanna in search of food.
After about a minute of scouring the open plains, it came across the sleeping hippo and then surreptitiously approached, thinking it had found a snack. The hippo rushes to chase the fleeing cat.
In a shock, the hippo presses the lioness’s head into its mouth and throws it to the ground.
However, perhaps by mistake, the cat approached the hippo’s back, and instead of burying its teeth in its neck, the lioness sniffed the back in confusion.
At this point, the hippopotamus snarled up and ran into the fleeing lioness. But the big cat underestimates the speed of herbivores.
The hippopotamus catches up and traps the lioness’s head in her huge mouth and throws her on the floor leaving a trail of dust upon awakening. The lioness was knocked to the ground by a hippo.
After about a minute of scouring the open plains, he came across the sleeping hippo.
Most viewers are surprised to see that the lioness doesn’t run fast when the hippo wakes up and starts chasing the cat.
Why does the lion just jog as if the hippo was just sniffing?
It seems the lioness underestimated the speed of the hippo?