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Eagerly chasing the lion, the baboon received the bitter end

Just because it was too aggressive, the baboon had to pay a heavy price when it was killed by other lions.

The clip was recorded in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Specifically, while wandering foraging, a baboon fell into the sight of a lioness.

After chasing the predator, the baboon did not run away but stood to challenge the lioness. As a result, three other lions suddenly ran up, cornered their prey, and then handled the baboons.

Baboons can live an average of 30 years. Their natural enemies include lions, leopards, wild dogs, hyenas, chimpanzees, and crocodiles.

They move on all fours and congregate in herds ranging from 20 to more than 100 members, depending on the amount of food available nearby. Males have much larger fangs than females, often leaving the group around age 4 and developing their own flocks. Females remain in the flock where they were born.

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