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WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO: 9 lionesses attack lion in front of shocked visitors at the West Midlands Safari Park

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Nine lionesses attack lion as horrified visitors look on

A group of lionesses attacked a lion in West Midlands Safari Park on food, as a group of visitors attracted to the disturbing images on film.

This is the time nine lions brutally attacked a lion in front of shocked visitors in Worcestershire, England.

Shocking images shows the packaging of the women, tearing their teeth into the leader of the pride meats in West Midlands Safari Park.

The lionesses drag him from the rocks into the water, where he is seen helpless roaring of the pain.

Safari employees on the cabinet in Bewdley, Worcs., had to step in and spray the fire extinguishers on the beasts to break from the ferocious attack after the man was left covered in blood.

It is conceivable the lions were trying to kill their leader, because he was too old for the run of the pride.

However, Mya Beverstock, who caught the attack on film, said the females have pounced on him after an argument about food.

She said: “It happened out of nowhere. It was dinnertime, and then suddenly we heard a growl and roar.

“Two other men stepped back and not engaged, while the females attack the leader. Can he at for his turn.”

She added: “Safari employees dealt with it very quickly. Three jeeps ended up in the closet honking their horns and drive to the lions to break them.

“One of the jeeps sprayed them with a fire extinguisher, which usually ended break in the fight.

“We have around the park again after that, and all the female lions were removed from the enclosure, and it was only the three men in it.”

Happy is the lion which was pounced survived the brutal attack.

In February of this year, a pride of lions fell on a car safari park.

No one was injured in the attack, but the roof was left dented and scratched.

This story originally appeared in The Sun.

Note from the editors: West Midlands Park has released an update to the attack, said the male lion, Jilani, no serious injuries and only suffered some stiffness and pain.

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