A lioness dived into the stream to catch a wildebeest calf, but it was suddenly pursued back by the quarry. This is not a fairy tale but a true story that nobody can imagine in the life of animals. The wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein took this series of pictures at Kicheche Paul’s camp in Masai Mara National Park in Kenya. The 47-year-old photographer used to work in sales and marketing for Exodus Travel; however, he was interested in Kenya’s Masai Mara. He went there for wildlife photos that interest a lot of people. Let’s go to Kenya to see lovely and beautiful animals through the pictures as follows:
The wildebeest stepped into the stream to drink water though three lions stand nearby. Maybe the antelope knew that lions was scared of water and it wouldn’t be attacked.
However, lions were so hungry that they couldn’t curb. A medium-sized female reached to the water edge.
Another hopped on mounds
A few seconds later, Paul Goldstein saw the lion run back because it was chased by the weak wildebeest. It was certain that the wildebeest was so angry.
Two zebras couldn’t stop laughing when they saw this unusual scene
The wildebeest calf seemed to be very patient to chase the enemy.
Other pictures are also taken by wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein:
A cheetah with five cubs seemed to carefully prepare for a family photo.
A polar bear with two cubs in Spitzbergen, the Svalbard archipelago in Norway
Penguin chicks look so charming and happy
King penguins stand in line for taking a photo.
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Steller Sea Lion