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With Disney's live-action The Lion King trailer being released just over a week ago, the internet can't get enough of the king of the jungle.


BBC Earth released a timely video featuring a young lion called Red.

The video has captured footage of Red exploring the boundaries of his pride's territory.

Upon reaching the outskirts of said territory, Red finds himself surrounded by none other than 20 hyenas.

As the hyenas begin to wear Red down, the distressed lion's roads attract his friend Tatu to the scene.

Luckily, Red's buddy serves as his rescuer. Two male lions are more than even 20 hyenas care to battle.

Lion Attacked by Pack of Hyenas - FULL CLIP (with ending) | Dynasties | BBC Earth youtu.be

People can not help but feel like this might as well be footage from Disney's newest remake.





Too bad Tatu is a boy, because otherwise Red and Tatu could be real-life Simba and Nala 😍.

Others were not reminded of the Disney classic, but they still were in awe of the magnificent footage of wildlife.





The live action remake of The Lion King hits theaters on July 19, 2019.

H/T: Huffpost, YouTube

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