African wild dogs are known to be masters of the art of coordinated hunting in the savannah with a success rate of up to 3/4 in each hunt, each individual has a good sense of discipline and solidarity. They also have one of the strongest bites of any carnivorous mammal.
Being bitten and knocked down by a pack of wild dogs, the lion still cleverly found a way to escape to preserve his life.
Specifically, when detecting a lioness walking slowly near the lake, the wild dogs quickly approached and surrounded the opponent. Aware of the impending danger, the lion roared menacingly and charged ahead of one member of the pack.
Immediately, the pack of wild dogs rushed to rescue their fellows. They bite the back and tail of the lion. Being hit by a painful blow, the lion struggled to resist.
Realizing that it was impossible to use force to escape, the lion cleverly moved into a nearby lake to preserve his life. Because they couldn’t get close to the lion, the dogs backed away and quickly left.