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After several hours the lions eventually overcame the hippo, drowning it."Lions can kill anythinga€”there are famous areas in Africa where the prides are large and get used to taking down elephants. The predators waited until the hippo got about 160 feet (50 meters) away from the water hole before chasing after him (pictured).Lions are "ingenious" in developing hunting tactics to take on dangerous prey, noted Lewa's Watson.

Although poaching has decreased in the Zambezi River basin, elephants still suffer from a loss of habitat caused by the irregular and smaller flow of the river here. Used primarily for ornament and entertainment today, domesticated elephants have been used for moving cargo, felling trees, transporting caravans, and even waging war in centuries past. You can remove any cookies already stored on your computer, but these may prevent you from using parts of our website.

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