How do you expect animals to read road signs if humans have all the brains and fail to do so? Animal instincts we always make a run for it. Lion Cubs and Young Male Lions in the wild VS. Cute Young Female baby Lions in Captivity

How do you expect animals to read road signs if humans have all the brains and fail to do so? Animal instincts we always make a run for it. Lion Cubs and Young Male Lions in the wild VS. Cute Young Female baby Lions in Captivity

INCREDIBLE SIGHTING: A striking white male lion in the Kruger National Park

INCREDIBLE SIGHTING: A striking white male lion in the Kruger National Park

The number of wild lions has declined almost 50% over the last 30 years, making conservation of utmost importance. Not unexpectedly, the reasons for such a drastic decline are human-induced factors such as loss of habitat & international trade associated with recreational trophy hunting. Check out "The Last Lions": A new National Geographic movie sheds light on the status of lions in the wild.

The number of wild lions has declined almost 50% over the last 30 years, making conservation of utmost importance. Not unexpectedly, the reasons for such a drastic decline are human-induced factors such as loss of habitat & international trade associated with recreational trophy hunting. Check out "The Last Lions": A new National Geographic movie sheds light on the status of lions in the wild.

Lion in the wild

Lion in the wild

Father and son lions, Masai Mara, Kenya - Notch was a great lion living in the Masai Mara Kenya, known to be an awesome father.

Father and son lions, Masai Mara, Kenya - Notch was a great lion living in the Masai Mara Kenya, known to be an awesome father.

The Secret Life of Mountain Lions ​​Embark on a 6-minute journey into the intimate family life of mountain lions in the wild!

The Secret Life of Mountain Lions ​​Embark on a 6-minute journey into the intimate family life of mountain lions in the wild!

Different Types Of Lions

10 Different Types Of Lions with Fact and Pictures

This was supposed to be cute and then some dickheads started whining because he's confined. He wouldn't survive in the wild by himself, and Albino Lions are endangered. Stfu he's safer in there.

This was supposed to be cute and then some dickheads started whining because he's confined. He wouldn't survive in the wild by himself, and Albino Lions are endangered. Stfu he's safer in there.

I love you so much mummy, I really do, your the best mummy in the world xxxx

I love you so much mummy, I really do, your the best mummy in the world xxxx

See lions in the wild during a safari in Kenya and take an optional trip to Zanzibar to relax on a white-sand beach; air is included

See lions in the wild during a safari in Kenya and take an optional trip to Zanzibar to relax on a white-sand beach; air is included

A Cheetah mom at Burgers’ Zoo in the Netherlands has her paws full with a litter of six frisky cubs.  Born September 14, the cubs have spent the last few months behind the scenes in their den, just as they would in the wild.  They recently explored outdoors for the first time.

A Cheetah mom at Burgers’ Zoo in the Netherlands has her paws full with a litter of six frisky cubs. Born September 14, the cubs have spent the last few months behind the scenes in their den, just as they would in the wild. They recently explored outdoors for the first time.

A Liger! The awesome hybrid cross between a female tiger and a male lion. They are the largest of all the jungle cats, "growing to almost the lion and tigers combined size." Interestingly, "in history there have been stories of ligers found in the wild. Ligers were long thought to be sterile, but this theory was disproved in 1953, when a 15 year old liger was successfully mated with a male lion. The cub survived into adulthood, despite having poor health."

A Liger! The awesome hybrid cross between a female tiger and a male lion. They are the largest of all the jungle cats, "growing to almost the lion and tigers combined size." Interestingly, "in history there have been stories of ligers found in the wild. Ligers were long thought to be sterile, but this theory was disproved in 1953, when a 15 year old liger was successfully mated with a male lion. The cub survived into adulthood, despite having poor health."

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