While there is no doubt that there is a tremendous variety for the living things to be studied, the living things that play a key role in the balance of nature are tried to be used while filming the documentary. These creatures are mostly wild animals. Since the struggle of the savages with each other is more interesting to the audience and documentary lovers, care is taken to shoot in the regions where they live more intensely. To review these wild animals, it is necessary to mention a few of them. Although the most preferred one is undoubtedly lions, it is useful to mention other wild animals.
To briefly talk about the general characteristics of this wild and not so cruel creature: They absolutely do not attack without getting hungry. Since the males are touted as the king of the forests, it is up to the females to bear the burden of the house and take care of the offspring. The lioness hunts, catches, takes care of each of the cubs individually. He also eats his own food and gives the rest to the male lion. The male lion, on the other hand, finds it difficult to protect the prey that he eats without effort, and sometimes delivers his prey to a herd of jackals and sometimes hyenas. The lions, which attack creatures of all sizes, mostly wander in herds and hunt together. Even if they attack and eat together, it is always a rule that who will destroy the prey first. The females cannot make a move on the hunt without the male lion’s share.
Because crocodilesfind a place to live in long and endless rivers and marshes, they approach and suddenly attack creatures of all kinds and sizes that come defenselessly just to drink water, right under their noses. They catch their prey mostly by their mouths and necks, and after stopping their life functions, they cause their prey to die by pulling it towards the water, squeezing and turning it. They never allow other predators to approach their prey.