Your Lion Eyes

I was traveling last week, and I'm traveling again this week, so the posting is fairly sparse around here at least until after the weekend.

In the meantime, enjoy this awesome video. It was shot at Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve. The camera was left on the ground to record lion movements. A curious lioness found the camera and I'm sure you can guess what comes next.

(h/t Casey Rentz)


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