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Africa Geographic Travel

Written by: Claudia Hopf

While in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park I spotted some young lions running at high speed. One was clearly leading the pride with five others in hot pursuit. The lions were chasing a little wild cat. They pinned down the cat and played with it and she fought against them like a big lion, clawing at their noses but unfortunately she was just too small to resist their combined strength. I managed to capture this unusual encounter in the following images:

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