With the power of motherly love, the zebra kicks the lion away, saving the cub by a few inches

The lion quickly grabbed its prey by the neck, knocking it back to the ground. What seemed to be an easy meal, suddenly appeared another zebra, apparently the mother of the restrained horse.

Without hesitation, the zebra bravely rushed in, even using its own head as a lever to pressure the lion. The horse’s fierceness and strength forced the lion to temporarily let go of its prey.

But soon after, the lion continued to attack. In one segment, it seemed that the zebra was in danger when it was almost jumped on the back by a lion.

In the midst of danger, it was quick to use a unique kick to kick back, to hit the head of the predator, making the “big cat” stunned and had to give up the game midway.
Zebras also have a “secret weapon”, which is a powerful rear kick with two hind legs that can break the jaws of a predator if they foolishly stand within reach.

However, it is not predators, but modern human life that have the greatest impact on the zebra population, as they have been and are still hunted for their skin and meat. In some rural areas, zebras compete with livestock and livestock for food and are sometimes killed for this reason.