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    This little baby lion is trying to rawr but he can't What a delightful beast

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    (Original post by AlexanderHam)
    This little baby lion is trying to rawr but he can't What a delightful beast

    (You have to switch on the sound, video is in the Twitter link)

    https://twitter.com/goldengateblond/...85613003087872
    Roar?
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    (Original post by generallee)
    Roar?
    It's cuter to spell it rawr. In light of the high kawaii factor of the little beast, I thought it was appropriate
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    (Original post by AlexanderHam)
    This little baby lion is trying to rawr but he can't What a delightful beast

    Moved to chat

    If only they remained that cute and harmless
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    (Original post by Ninja Squirrel)
    Moved to chat
    Fair enough, it is more suited to that.

    If only they remained that cute and harmless
    In fairness to the lion race, they are very loving, social animals. They enjoy cuddling each other, and like to play, and they have very complex emotions and attachments to one another.

    I watched this documentary about these two lion brothers, they got separated when another lion attacked them and one of the lion brothers gets lost in the swamp at night, he can't find his lion brother and he's all alone and scared, and cries out for his brother

    Actually, here is that scene;

    https://youtu.be/M-AqCPzqBWc?t=30m9s

    It's so sweet when they're reunited.

    As I said, these are very noble, loving creatures. I would say tigers are somewhat different, they are much more likely to attack humans for no reason
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    (Original post by AlexanderHam)
    Fair enough, it is more suited to that.



    In fairness to the lion race, they are very loving, social animals. They enjoy cuddling each other, and like to play, and they have very complex emotions and attachments to one another.

    I watched this documentary about these two lion brothers, they got separated when another lion attacked them and one of the lion brothers gets lost in the swamp at night, he can't find his lion brother and he's all alone and scared, and cries out for his brother

    Actually, here is that scene;

    https://youtu.be/M-AqCPzqBWc?t=30m9s

    It's so sweet when they're reunited.

    As I said, these are very noble, loving creatures. I would say tigers are somewhat different, they are much more likely to attack humans for no reason
    I'm going to watch that documentary from the start, thanks for linking it.

    I love how even in the presence of a female and mating the brothers don't fight. Lions are fantastic animals I'd love to go on a safari one day.
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    (Original post by AlexanderHam)
    This little baby lion is trying to rawr but he can't What a delightful beast

    so precious xx
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    "What a weak snowflake generation this is. Learn to ****ing roar like real men"
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    Roar rawr xD grrrrr
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    (Original post by Sayed0123)
    "What a weak snowflake generation this is. Learn to ****ing roar like real men"
    :lol:
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    (Original post by Ninja Squirrel)
    I'm going to watch that documentary from the start, thanks for linking it.

    I love how even in the presence of a female and mating the brothers don't fight. Lions are fantastic animals I'd love to go on a safari one day.
    True! The bros love each other, it was so adorable when they were reunited and hugged each other
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    (Original post by Sayed0123)
    "What a weak snowflake generation this is. Learn to ****ing roar like real men"
    "What a ****ing cuck, I bet he's another verified libtard"
 
 
 
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