Indian Forest Service (IFS) Officer Parveen Kaswan, shared a video clip in which a pride of lions at the Kruger National Park in South Africa can be seen fighting. The seemingly quotuduan video ended up taking the internet by storm."These lions have a lesson to teach", Parveen mentioned in his tweet.
Here's the video tweeted by Kaswan -
In the 30-second viral video which has clocked in over 21,000 views at the time of publishing, the lions can be seen dragging a buffalo to eat. When two lionesses in the pride snapped at each other, the lions then started fighting among themselves. With a quick turn of events, the buffalow took to its heels and escaped what could have been an unfortunate end. The clip did garnered a lot of social media attention after IFS Officer Parveen Kaswan shared it on Twitter, quickly becominga topic of discussion on the microblogging site.
Here's how some of the people reacted to the video-
The lions are defending their territory from intruding lioness. This is normal behaviour, to give priority to food over nature would have been unethical and immoral in the lion's moral compass. They have upheld the "Dhamma" of life; instant gratification vs higher greater goal.— Basileos Basilieus (@Basileos_B) September 1, 2019
Maybe the lesson is not to mess with nature. And take your ‘pride’ seriously. An intruder can never belong.— Zalak Bhavsar (@andzalak) September 1, 2019
So nice, lessons to learn - what is gained by in-fighting!— Dr Arun Yadav (अरुन यादव) (@profarunyadav1) September 1, 2019
Good one sir... very much required for today’s life...— Vadivelu N (@VeluNarain) September 2, 2019
May be they were not hungry after all, and so food got lucky.— ~ (@NaughtyManilal) September 2, 2019
Generally cats never get distracted by their own kind, if they are real hungry. Cats are very mean.https://t.co/avrTCK2jm7