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EN_01352570_0001 COV
VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com This animal invader got a lion-sized left-hook from its rival. Matthew Poole, who was a wildlife guide in South Africa, captured the ferocious scene as one male tried to infiltrate another's territory. The defending lion stood its ground and lashed out with its mighty claws. Thankfully, no serious injury was done, but it was enough for the invader to head back to its end of the game reserve. Matthew, 28, from Hoedspruit, SA, explains: "This sighting took place at andBeyond Phinda private game reserve while I was a guide. It all started while myself and my guests were having coffee at the lodge, we started to hear the lions roaring. One seemed much closer than the other and without hesitation I told my guests to drop their coffee and meet me at the safari vehicle. "We headed off in the direction of where we thought the sounds were coming from and it wasn???t too long before we managed to track down one of the male lions. With serious intent he started to march across some open grass plains while roaring and it was as if time stood still for moment as the rivaling male lion appeared out of nowhere. Both males stood still sizing each other up until they both collided into each other with dust flying through the air while they hooked into each other with their claws. "The male which dominated the southern end of the game reserve chased the other male back into the north. I don???t think that he would have been injured from that, maybe a little dazed and took caution from it as he then started to move off." Where: South Africa When: 05 Sep 2017 Credit: Matthew Poole/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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EN_01352570_0002 COV
VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com This animal invader got a lion-sized left-hook from its rival. Matthew Poole, who was a wildlife guide in South Africa, captured the ferocious scene as one male tried to infiltrate another's territory. The defending lion stood its ground and lashed out with its mighty claws. Thankfully, no serious injury was done, but it was enough for the invader to head back to its end of the game reserve. Matthew, 28, from Hoedspruit, SA, explains: "This sighting took place at andBeyond Phinda private game reserve while I was a guide. It all started while myself and my guests were having coffee at the lodge, we started to hear the lions roaring. One seemed much closer than the other and without hesitation I told my guests to drop their coffee and meet me at the safari vehicle. "We headed off in the direction of where we thought the sounds were coming from and it wasn???t too long before we managed to track down one of the male lions. With serious intent he started to march across some open grass plains while roaring and it was as if time stood still for moment as the rivaling male lion appeared out of nowhere. Both males stood still sizing each other up until they both collided into each other with dust flying through the air while they hooked into each other with their claws. "The male which dominated the southern end of the game reserve chased the other male back into the north. I don???t think that he would have been injured from that, maybe a little dazed and took caution from it as he then started to move off." Where: South Africa When: 05 Sep 2017 Credit: Matthew Poole/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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EN_01352570_0003 COV
VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com This animal invader got a lion-sized left-hook from its rival. Matthew Poole, who was a wildlife guide in South Africa, captured the ferocious scene as one male tried to infiltrate another's territory. The defending lion stood its ground and lashed out with its mighty claws. Thankfully, no serious injury was done, but it was enough for the invader to head back to its end of the game reserve. Matthew, 28, from Hoedspruit, SA, explains: "This sighting took place at andBeyond Phinda private game reserve while I was a guide. It all started while myself and my guests were having coffee at the lodge, we started to hear the lions roaring. One seemed much closer than the other and without hesitation I told my guests to drop their coffee and meet me at the safari vehicle. "We headed off in the direction of where we thought the sounds were coming from and it wasn???t too long before we managed to track down one of the male lions. With serious intent he started to march across some open grass plains while roaring and it was as if time stood still for moment as the rivaling male lion appeared out of nowhere. Both males stood still sizing each other up until they both collided into each other with dust flying through the air while they hooked into each other with their claws. "The male which dominated the southern end of the game reserve chased the other male back into the north. I don???t think that he would have been injured from that, maybe a little dazed and took caution from it as he then started to move off." Where: South Africa When: 05 Sep 2017 Credit: Matthew Poole/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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EN_01352570_0004 COV
VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com This animal invader got a lion-sized left-hook from its rival. Matthew Poole, who was a wildlife guide in South Africa, captured the ferocious scene as one male tried to infiltrate another's territory. The defending lion stood its ground and lashed out with its mighty claws. Thankfully, no serious injury was done, but it was enough for the invader to head back to its end of the game reserve. Matthew, 28, from Hoedspruit, SA, explains: "This sighting took place at andBeyond Phinda private game reserve while I was a guide. It all started while myself and my guests were having coffee at the lodge, we started to hear the lions roaring. One seemed much closer than the other and without hesitation I told my guests to drop their coffee and meet me at the safari vehicle. "We headed off in the direction of where we thought the sounds were coming from and it wasn???t too long before we managed to track down one of the male lions. With serious intent he started to march across some open grass plains while roaring and it was as if time stood still for moment as the rivaling male lion appeared out of nowhere. Both males stood still sizing each other up until they both collided into each other with dust flying through the air while they hooked into each other with their claws. "The male which dominated the southern end of the game reserve chased the other male back into the north. I don???t think that he would have been injured from that, maybe a little dazed and took caution from it as he then started to move off." Where: South Africa When: 05 Sep 2017 Credit: Matthew Poole/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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EN_01352570_0005 COV
VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com This animal invader got a lion-sized left-hook from its rival. Matthew Poole, who was a wildlife guide in South Africa, captured the ferocious scene as one male tried to infiltrate another's territory. The defending lion stood its ground and lashed out with its mighty claws. Thankfully, no serious injury was done, but it was enough for the invader to head back to its end of the game reserve. Matthew, 28, from Hoedspruit, SA, explains: "This sighting took place at andBeyond Phinda private game reserve while I was a guide. It all started while myself and my guests were having coffee at the lodge, we started to hear the lions roaring. One seemed much closer than the other and without hesitation I told my guests to drop their coffee and meet me at the safari vehicle. "We headed off in the direction of where we thought the sounds were coming from and it wasn???t too long before we managed to track down one of the male lions. With serious intent he started to march across some open grass plains while roaring and it was as if time stood still for moment as the rivaling male lion appeared out of nowhere. Both males stood still sizing each other up until they both collided into each other with dust flying through the air while they hooked into each other with their claws. "The male which dominated the southern end of the game reserve chased the other male back into the north. I don???t think that he would have been injured from that, maybe a little dazed and took caution from it as he then started to move off." Where: South Africa When: 05 Sep 2017 Credit: Matthew Poole/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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EN_01352570_0006 COV
VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com This animal invader got a lion-sized left-hook from its rival. Matthew Poole, who was a wildlife guide in South Africa, captured the ferocious scene as one male tried to infiltrate another's territory. The defending lion stood its ground and lashed out with its mighty claws. Thankfully, no serious injury was done, but it was enough for the invader to head back to its end of the game reserve. Matthew, 28, from Hoedspruit, SA, explains: "This sighting took place at andBeyond Phinda private game reserve while I was a guide. It all started while myself and my guests were having coffee at the lodge, we started to hear the lions roaring. One seemed much closer than the other and without hesitation I told my guests to drop their coffee and meet me at the safari vehicle. "We headed off in the direction of where we thought the sounds were coming from and it wasn???t too long before we managed to track down one of the male lions. With serious intent he started to march across some open grass plains while roaring and it was as if time stood still for moment as the rivaling male lion appeared out of nowhere. Both males stood still sizing each other up until they both collided into each other with dust flying through the air while they hooked into each other with their claws. "The male which dominated the southern end of the game reserve chased the other male back into the north. I don???t think that he would have been injured from that, maybe a little dazed and took caution from it as he then started to move off." Where: South Africa When: 05 Sep 2017 Credit: Matthew Poole/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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