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The photographs of a pair of lions killing an antelope amidst cars carrying people have gone viral.

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A group of pictures of two lions killing a kudu antelope amidst a South African safari park are currently becoming a sensation over the web. The ruthless killing of the eland does not happen in the midst of prickly trees, or tremendous meadows or even riverbanks inside the recreation center. Rather, the antelope was chased right in the middle of a road surrounded by terrified tourists sitting snugly inside large cars, with some of them even brave enough to lower their windows. Some would say it is a scene that tourists never get the chance to watch.

The incidence happened in the Kruger National Park, a large wildlife reserve in South Africa, home to lions, panthers, kudu antelopes, elephants, African bison and dark rhinoceroses.

The amazing photographs were supposedly taken by Carolyn Dunford, who told the UK daily paper Daily Star that she saw the two lions and a group of SUVs meeting in the road. She says that she was ‘stunned by the teamwork and cooperation the lions showed’. “The kudu was no match for these stunning predators,” she was cited by the daily paper.

On Facebook, where the photos have been broadly shared by numerous users, some have brought up that the visitors ought not have brought down their windows in such a perilous circumstance. Safari stops over the world have frequently reported stray episodes of travellers being killed by wild creatures. Others have said that the travellers would have jeopardized the life of the creatures on the off chance that they had driven ahead.

On the other hand, one thing’s without a doubt: the photos unyieldingly reaffirm the savage chasing nature of lions and will be seen as confirmation of nature’s method for settling things.

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