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Thousand Yard Stare

By s1ngerman
I Love to visit Port Lympne in Kent, part of the Aspinall Foundation. Sometimes you can be lucky and find the big cats active and offering many photo opportunities. At other time they just want to laze around and this was one of those occasions. I was intrigued though by the lion's stare and couldn't help wondering of it were near feeding time? It wasn't, so I was left wondering.

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RLF Plus
9 18 4 United Kingdom
29 May 2017 6:56PM
It really does look fed upSad
What a majestic beast thoughGrin
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29 May 2017 7:57PM
do we need zoos ?
29 May 2017 9:01PM
Well captured *****
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4070 Canada
29 May 2017 10:25PM
What a magnificent animal. Zoos are the only sanctuaries where animal are not hunted these days, ans have prevented the extinction of some species/ Its unfortunate/
29 May 2017 10:48PM
Thanks for the votes and comments everyone. IT's not a zoo though Leo, it's an animal park and the lions it contains are now extinct in the wild and there are now only 100 or so of tis sub species (Barbary Lion) left in the world. Aspinall Foundation do a fantastic job preserving this species for us and our children to marvel at.

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