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Some say that a giraffe he helped his brother pull down kicked him in the face. .
I say, No way! If a giraffe had to kick a lion anywhere in the head region, he would not have looked like this; Why, you ask? .
A kick from a giraffe, to almost any animals head will result in death. If that massive hoof had to of hit his lower jaw, his whole jaw would of been hanging just like his tooth is. Then they thought maybe the hoof only hit the tooth? If this happened is canine would of snapped off rather than get pulled straight out of the root.
The discussion of a massive fight between the two brothers erupted as well.
I saw this lion and his brother 2 days after his tooth ripped out & his brother had no battle wounds .
What I believed happened to this boy and his “pretty boy” brother pulled down a fully grown male giraffe & this male with the now hanging tooth had the roll of jumping onto the giraffes hindquarters, clinging on with not only his sharp claws but with his canines assisted by his powerful jaw. His brother would of been the one either trying to tackle the giraffes legs or get up onto its back and try and pull its neck down to make the giraffe fall down
Exactly how that giraffe fell down, no one knows. I believe with that male lion hanging onto that back of the giraffe, holding on with everything it has, the giraffe continuously kicking the lion could not hold on anymore. Slowly losing grip with his claws, the last anchor point was his lower right canine. I think with that swaying motion and only gripping with his canines deep in the giraffes flesh ripped his tooth straight out
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