Giraffes “fight to the death” with lions to protect their young and the end

Seeing the baby being attacked by someone, the mother giraffe rushed to the rescue and used a back kick to chase the lions away.

Specifically, while foraging for food, a giraffe mother and child became the target of a herd of hungry lions. As soon as they discovered their prey, the lions immediately surrounded and attacked.

Faced with the enemy’s siege, the mother giraffe tried to fight off the lion to protect her young child. However, while the mother deer was chasing away a lion, another lion rushed to attack the baby giraffe.

It flew into the air, aiming for the neck to knock the baby giraffe to the ground. Luckily, the mother deer returned in time and rescued her baby from danger.

Giraffes (scientific name Giraffa) are a genus of herbivorous mammals belonging to the even-hoofed order. They are a special animal, recognized as the tallest mammal in the world thanks to their long legs and lanky neck. This herbivore species lives mainly in deserts, sparse forests, and savannas and is found almost exclusively in Africa.

According to records, giraffes’ galloping speed can reach 55 km/h. That is, if at a short distance, they can catch up with racehorses.