Yikes! That didn’t seem to be mere curiosity on the lion’s face.
posted on 11/09/2012 7:49:37 PM PST
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I suppose that PETA would say that it’s mean to put that glass wall there.
I think the expression on that lioness’s face shows pretty well why you don’t want to meet up with a lion close and personal, unless you have a pretty big bore weapon at hand.
Actually, I’ve heard that when you have a pack of lions, the boss lion usually just lies around amidst his harem, while the lionesses go out and do most of the work of bringing back food.
posted on 11/09/2012 8:00:29 PM PST
Maybe he just wanted to pat her on the head.
posted on 11/09/2012 8:02:50 PM PST
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posted on 11/09/2012 8:08:01 PM PST
by Nik Naym
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posted on 11/09/2012 8:08:28 PM PST
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Why people including parents think this is just a great idea.
posted on 11/09/2012 8:31:44 PM PST
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To: Slings and Arrows
posted on 11/09/2012 9:17:43 PM PST
by Squawk 8888
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I saw NOTHING agressive in the lions behavior whatsoever..I thought that the lion wanted to adopt her, not eat her.
posted on 11/09/2012 9:20:57 PM PST
posted on 11/09/2012 9:52:27 PM PST
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I go to the zoo a lot (have an annual pass) and it’s interesting to watch the big cats target certain small children, but ignore others. And they never focus on adults.
posted on 11/10/2012 5:36:03 AM PST
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