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Fearless dog battles a lioness in India (and lives to tell the tale) 

You might be a lion…but you’re still a CAT! Fearless dog battles a lioness in India (and lives to tell the tale)

  • The fight took place at the Gir National Park in Gujarat, India, on January 9 
  • During the scuffle, dog gets trampled under lioness’ paw but continues to attack
  • They battle in a cloud of dust until the dog retreats after a second lion joins fight 

This is the moment a fearless dog fights a lioness and lives before strutting away triumphantly. 

Footage shows a fight breaking out between a lion and a dog in the Gir National Park in Gujarat, India, on January 9. 

The dog, which is half the size of the lioness, constantly barks at the big cat as they fight in the National park.

The pair battled at the Gir National Park in Gujarat, India, on January 9

The dog, which is half the size of the lioness, constantly barks at the big cat as they fight in the Gir National Park in Gujarat, India, on January 9 

During the scuffle, the canine gets trampled under the lioness paw, but continues its attack, despite the larger animal swiping at it with its paw. 

The pair battle in a cloud of dust on the ground, as the smaller of the two animals jumps to attack the face of its opponent. 

The animals grab each other by the neck before breaking apart and resting at two different corners of the clearing. 

Feeling triumphant, the dog struts away, leaving the bewildered cat standing amongst the trees.

After resting for a few moments, the fight continues, however the dog runs away when a second lion enters the battleground.  

The smaller of the two animals jumps to attack the face of its opponent

The pair battle causing a cloud of dust on the ground

The pair battle causing a cloud of dust on the ground, as the smaller of the two animals jumps to attack the face of its opponent

Footage of the duo fighting was taken by a group of onlookers stationed nearby while on a safari.

The Gir National Park is spread across the Junagadh, Gir Somnath, and Amreli districts. 

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