Recently, photographer Subramanian Sridharan captured a creepy but extremely realistic scene of the natural world at Maasai Mara Nature Reserve, Kenya when a
crocodile nibbled a zebra’s head in the river.
The animal world has always hidden many complications, where predator and prey have a close relationship with each other. Stories of female mantis eating male mantis after mating, salmon migrating every year… always make people surprised. And there, death is an integral part of nature.
Recently, photos recorded the scene of a herd of crocodiles tearing and biting the head of a poor zebra when daring to cross the river, surprising many people with the animal’s struggle for survival.
The ill-fated zebra was butchered by a herd of crocodiles, leaving only the head intact. The poor zebra that risked its life to cross the river across another grassland suffered the tragedy of being prey to the crocodiles. With strong jaws, strong body and powerful bites, the zebra was completely defeated before the crocodiles.
The photos were taken by photographer Subramanian Sridharan at the Maasai Mara nature reserve, Kenya. This is a large game reserve located in Narok, famous for the Masai lion.