Lion Loses Tooth To Giraffe Kick
This image depicts a lion in excruciating agony as a giraffe’s kick causes damage to his canine tooth. Giraffes are thought to be able to deliver a force of 2,000 pounds per square inch (PSI). They can also strike in any direction. Lions have been killed by their kicks.
Giraffes’ adult survival rate is very good due to their size and kicks. Rather than attacking giraffes, predators usually avoid them since they are larger and bulkier. Single lions, on the other hand, do not generally go after giraffes owing to the danger.