There is no doubt that the lion is the King of the Jungle. There is no animal on the African continent more majestic and graceful, and no one is more dangerous either. Meeting lions in the wild usually does not promise anything good.

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When this lion and lioness approached a little fox, it was clear that the cub would not survive. But Botswana national park workers witnessed an amazing scene.

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Besides leaving the injured cub unharmed, one of the lionesses didn't allow the others to approach it.

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Perhaps her maternal instinct kicked in, otherwise how can one explain that she drove even the king of the beasts away?

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The cub was no longer perceived as prey. In principle, this is understandable because a tiny fox cub won't satisfy a lion's hunger.

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After a while, the fox cub realized that it had nothing to fear, and slowly waddled away on three legs.

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