Privilege, racism, toxic masculinity blamed on unprovoked attack on African.

Animal Rights Activists enraged, confused.

This is the heart-stopping moment a group of tourists on safari following a male lion witness it attack an antelope in the middle of the road.  The safari group had been following the lion for 3 kilometers when the unexpected confrontation happened at the Kruger National Park, northeastern South Africa.

Once it spots its prey the lion breaks into a confident jog before the two beasts tussle in the road in front of their spectators. The lion manages to pull the powerful male antelope to the ground, just off the road, where it lays struggling and kicking for a few moments before it dies.

PETA condemned the unprovoked attack, blaming U.S. President Trump for inciting a climate of hatred, racism, and bigotry.  The group also launched a Go Fund Me page designed to promote the benefits of a vegan diet to the lion population.