Brutal Moment Two powerful male lions attack a lioness and force her to let them eat her to kill

The two male lions attack the lioness for their buffalo carapace in South Africa's Kruger Park

Brutal Moment Two powerful male lions attack a lioness and force her to let them eat her while she escapes with her life

  • The lions sneak up on her and her party in the Kruger National Park of South Africa
  • They attack the lioness and push her from food to stop her return
  • It was purely by means of survival since the lions and the lioness had no relationship

Claire Anderson for Mailonline

This is the incredible moment when two male lions attack a lone lioness to steal his food.

The lions sneak up on him while she continues to celebrate the body in the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

But then they attack the lioness and take her out of the food before stopping to prevent her from returning.

The two males use brute force to steal the remaining buffalo meat from a corpse of a hungry lioness.

One tourist said: "The lioness was in a really bad state of neglect and was dying of hunger.

"The hungry lioness enjoyed her find for no more than five minutes when we suddenly saw a large male lion on a hill in the distance.

The two male lions attack the lioness for their buffalo carapace in South Africa's Kruger Park

The two male lions attack the lioness for their buffalo carapace in South Africa's Kruger Park

"I was looking directly at this woman and soon began to stalk her." The male lion furtively approached the lioness and, out of nowhere, a second large male lion joined him.

"The lioness realized too late what was happening and was brutally attacked by both males for a brief moment, holding her down, both males bit the lioness, making her intentions very clear while leaving her totally shocked and impressed.

The lioness had no chance and quickly realized that it was better to keep going while the two male lions claimed their prize.

The lioness had no relationship with the two males and they all fought purely by means of survival.

They bite the hungry lioness to make sure they do not return to food

They bite the hungry lioness to make sure they do not return to food

They bite the hungry lioness to make sure they do not return to food

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