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A Lioness Killed A Baboon And The Baby Was Left Alone. What Happened Next Is Unbelievable | EMGN

A Lioness Killed A Baboon And The Baby Was Left Alone. What Happened Next Is Unbelievable | EMGN

“The baby was showing signs of physical harm and fatigue from the whole ordeal," Evan told National Geographic.

“The baby was showing signs of physical harm and fatigue from the whole ordeal," Evan told National Geographic.

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Two photographers were on a game drive in northern Botswana when they encountered a massive group of thirty to forty chaotic baboons charging by them. It soon became clear that the baboons were startled by a few lions that were chasing them.

A brave baboon attempted to make a run for it. Unfortunately, a lioness caught it. As the baboon died, the photographers noticed a baby baboon slowly disengaging itself from its underside.

A brave baboon attempted to make a run for it. Unfortunately, a lioness caught it. As the baboon died, the photographers noticed a baby baboon slowly disengaging itself from its underside.

So he snatched the little baboon, twisting away from the lionesses and bringing the baby back to a tree.

So he snatched the little baboon, twisting away from the lionesses and bringing the baby back to a tree.

Dereck and Beverly Joubert have been filming Africa's lions for 30 years and their discoveries have challenged conventional wisdom. Lions that have learned to hunt in water and developed huge pectoral muscles and necks because of it. Lion killed baby baboon's mother then lion took care of baby baboon all night. Watch this CBS video:    http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50147164n

Dereck and Beverly Joubert have been filming Africa's lions for 30 years and their discoveries have challenged conventional wisdom. Lions that have learned to hunt in water and developed huge pectoral muscles and necks because of it. Lion killed baby baboon's mother then lion took care of baby baboon all night. Watch this CBS video: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50147164n

In this Monday, Sept. 23, 2013 photo, fourteen panda cubs are arranged in a crib for photos as they are shown to the public at the Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base in Chengdu, in southwest China's Sichuan province. (AP Photo)

In this Monday, Sept. 23, 2013 photo, fourteen panda cubs are arranged in a crib for photos as they are shown to the public at the Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base in Chengdu, in southwest China's Sichuan province. (AP Photo)

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