The male lion demonstrated his remarkable strength when he killed two jaguars in the middle of the African savannah.
The jaguar is one of the five largest species of the Cat family, along with lions, tigers, leopards and snow leopards. They are also the species with the strongest bite force and have a special attack method of biting the victim’s head instead of the throat compared to other species in the family.
Although jaguars have an appearance similar to leopards, they have behaviors closer to tigers (especially their love of water). The length of the jaguar can reach 1.9 m, height of about 70 cm and weight of about 57 to 113 kg.
Lions and leopards are two large cats that dominate the African grasslands. However, they don’t like each other at all. In particular, jaguars hate lions because they are often chased away and ‘robbed’ of their trophies by lions.
In this quick competition, the jaguar was inferior in every aspect, from body shape, strength to fighting ability. The leopard’s biggest advantage over its opponents is speed, which they have not taken advantage of. In the end, the two jaguars met a tragic end.