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Animals in South Africa’s Kruger National Park take advantage of the lockdown

Animals in South Africa’s Kruger National Park take advantage of the lockdown

A pride of lions slept on an empty road in South Africa’s Kruger National Park as the tourists stayed away on back of the Covid-19 pandemic. The lions took advantage of the isolated road to spread out across the empty roads. The pack was spotted by the park ranger Richard near Orpen Rest Camp on the western border of the park, which has been closed since country announced a lockdown on March 26.

Milan
Milan
O'Brien
O'Brien 5 months

Ah yes... The old “roadkill” ruse.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 5 months

Its warm. Why not?

SportsBoi
SportsBoi 5 months

Awwww some cute man-eating lions

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