On the 9th day of Christmas the Kgalagadi gave to me a: Male Lion...

by Irvine Eidelman
(CAPE TOWN)

juvenile male lion

juvenile male lion

juvenile male lion
male lion licking paw

This juvenile male lion was strolling down the Auob riverbed checking us out and stopping under camelthorn trees for shade.

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by: Ean

You sure that's a male lion? I thought that male lions would be having mane. And would a juvenile lion be this big? I haven’t seen any like these and that’s why I am asking so many questions.

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