Battle at Kruger
Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com Dateline (NBC) will be airing a story about the Battle at Kruger. The airing has been postponed. Once we know, we will post again here and on our website NegativeSpace.com. www.BattleAtKruger.com. http Copyright: NegativeSpace Media Winner! YouTube’s Best Eyewitness Video. A battle between a pride of lions, a herd of buffalo, and 2 crocodiles at a watering hole in South Africa’s Kruger National Park while on safari. COPYRIGHT NOTICE. For licensing opportunities, please visit www.BattleAtKruger.com. This video is copyrighted and cannot be used before live audiences or through any form of mass media without the express permission of Jason Schlosberg or David Budzinski. Its use via YouTube is intended for personal use only and can only be viewed on YouTube and websites using the YouTube embed code. Any other use of the video or its screen captures violate this copyright. Featured on National Geographic, Animal Planet, ABC, and MSNBC!
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