Farmer chases a LION with only a stick to defend himself while the predator attacked his cows in India
- Brave farmer set off in the middle of the night to find a stir in his shed
- Upon entering the garden he sees a lion take one of its calves in its fierce jaws
- The shirtless man rushes to the beast and hurls a stick at the animal's head
- His accurate throw made the predator drop the calf and fled the farm
Video captured a farmer with only a stick to defend himself while chasing a cruel lion attacking his cows in India.
CCTV recordings from outside the farmer's house show cattle galloping through his garden in the middle of the night while walking out without a shirt to discover the beast.
The man – known as Vadher – holds a stick behind his head while running towards danger.
A small calf tries to run across the garden after a larger cow, but the lion catches it and grabs it by the neck in its jaws.
The lion falls on the calf (bottom right) while the brave farmer Vadher leaves his property in the middle of the night
The farmer uses the stick behind his tomahawk style before he throws it at the cruel lion
The small calf manages to escape over the yard after the farmer has grabbed the lion on his head
While the beast tries to take its calf away, Vadher hurls his stick at the lion's head, throwing it.
The rest of the cattle ran out of the barn and seemed quite shocked by the intruder of the night.
"The stick hit the lion on his head, he dropped the calf and jumped the boundary wall out of my house," said Vadher.
# It is only five months old and very dear to my heart. I couldn't help attacking the lion when he saw that he grabbed the calf by the neck.
& # 39; Lions attack our animals every two days. Four lions live in our village – living with big cats has become a way of life. & # 39;
Cows are seen in the Vadher yard in western India, where four lions live in the village
The farmer appears around his house at about 3 o'clock in the morning – he said living with the big cats & # 39; had become a way of life
Vadher admitted it was a spontaneous act, but perhaps he was unable to respond as sharply as the lion had attacked a mature cow.
Almost all lions of the world live in Africa, but there are a small population of endangered Asian lions in Gir Forest in western India.
It differs from his African family member with more tawny, speckled fur and a less full mane.
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