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African Lion charging 
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Do you feel the strength and beauty at the same time of this picture when you look at it?
A beautiful prime male lion who makes a coalition with his brother called the Grootvlei Males on the South African border with Mozambique!

Shingwedzi, South Africa.
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Where do you think this could be if they are wild lions and not from a private reserve?
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(06-11-2021, 06:57 PM)Cunaguaro Wrote: Where do you think this could be if they are wild lions and not from a private reserve?
I think the only part you can find them like this is in the Ivory Coast in Namibia
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I believe these lions are captive in Dubai.
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One of Monwana’s seven beautiful cubs, you can see how happy he is, how can he not be when his fathers are the most powerful males in Thornybush.

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Kruger National Park, South Africa.
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King Loonkitou.
The oldest lion in the wild at over 17 years old still has the look of a real strong warrior despite all the scars! Which tells true stories about the lion being the real king of the wilderness. This picture was taken of him yesterday, while many believed that this lion had died because he had not seen it for a long time.. May the king live long!

Amboseli National Park , Kenya.
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(06-17-2021, 10:50 AM)Cunaguaro Wrote: King Loonkitou.
The oldest lion in the wild at over 17 years old still has the look of a real strong warrior despite all the scars! Which tells true stories about the lion being the real king of the wilderness. This picture was taken of him yesterday, while many believed that this lion had died because he had not seen it for a long time.. May the king live long!

Amboseli National Park , Kenya.
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Incredible!
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King Ginger, who was born in 2008 into the Luwi pride. He is the most famous lion of South Luangwa in Zambia with a very unique color that is unlike any other lion. There are no new updates on him, but if he is still alive, he would be 13/14 years old.

South Luangwa, Zambia.
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Ugandan lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park. I've noticed their skull shape and features look consistently different from other East African lions from Kenya or Tanzania.

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They could be a different subspecies from East African lions altogether, likely a part of the subspecies which includes Central African, West African, North African and Asiatic lions, or Panthera Leo Leo in short. Other East African lions are a part of the Panthera Leo Melanocaita subspecies, which includes Southern African lions. This could explain their differences from other East Africans, not to mention them being very close to Central Africa.
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Two beautiful young males from Athi pride, sired by the famous one eyed King Kitili, on their way to be the future kings of Nairobi NP.
Great shot by Sonia Varma.

Nairobi National Park, Kenya.
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A lion cub in the Mara, workin’ on his roar. Image credit goes to “willbl” on Reddit (who uses a remote controlled video camera called BeetleCam):

https://www.reddit.com/r/NatureIsFuckingLit/comments/oipiaf/a_little_lion_snarling_at_my_remote_camera/


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