Are lions afraid of jackals?
lions are afraid of jackals. jackals hunt in packs of five or six they have needle like teeth, when a lion captures a prey jackals have been known to take it from the lion.
Lions are afraid of elephants, rhinos, hyenas, and hunters. Well, they aren't scared of these but they keep an eye out for an aggressive individual, or herd that is protective of their young. Hunters kill them for no obvious reason, just to say they did, and the hunters are the only true thing lions are afraid of, and sometimes an aggressive lion isn't even afraid of the hunters.
How can lions and vultrues live and eat the same food in African but they still live in the African ecoystem?
Predators of adult cheetahs are hyenas and lions, their principle predators are humans. For cheetah cubs, their predators are hyenas, lions, birds of prey such as large eagles, jackals and more. Their principle predators are humans. Humans, I don't think they have any other enemies. Adult cheetah's predators are hyenas and lions, their principle predator are humans. Cheetah cub's predators are hyenas, lions, birds of prey such as large eagles, jackals and more. Their principle…
They usually catch their own prey however they do scavenge. For example, the Jackals in Africa act as the accomplice of the hyenas. If a kill has been made by a cheetah, the Jackal howls and warns the hyenas that there is an easy meal available. Once the hyenas scare away the cheetahs and eat their fill and leave, the jackal eats the remains of the carcass. Jackals sometimes scavenge of lions too.
African lions are apex predators, which means that they are at the top of the food chain and adult lions have no predators. However, leopards, hyenas, jackals, and many other types of carnivores would kill unprotected cubs. However, lions live in groups, and this means that the cubs are always protected unless they get lost.