Follow @dean.schneider to see more of his lions Enjoying Lunch with his Valentines❤️🤗 Who wants to swap with him? 😂😂😂
Many people keep on saying once the lions🦁 smell blood💉 or once they are hungry they‘ll come at him, kill him or eat him😅 hmmmm... it somehow looks like they‘re enjoying my company while having their meal. 🤷🏼♂️🤔 Keep in mind guys: Being accepted in the environment of a Lion🦁 or being part of its Pride/Family🐾 are 2 completely different things!☝🏼 What you see👀 in this video is a Pride of lions enjoying a Zebra🦓 just forget about him being a Human😂 cause when He’s with them He has to become one of them🦁
Today Trevor and I enjoyed an awesome Christmas gift from @ml_mckee and @scubasteve2077, a trip to @thetorontozoo plus a behind-the-scenes visit with the Snow Leopards via #TZWildEncounters . We spent half an hour (maybe a bit more) with our guide Krista and Jen, who is one of the keepers for the Eurasian animals. Snow Leopards are native to a dozen countries, but about 60% of their range falls within China. They are threatened by habitat encroachment (livestock farming) and illegal fur trade. Jen told us all about the three Snow Leopards at the zoo, Kita, Ena, and Mylo (pictured in order, 2 photos each). Ena is mom to Kita and Mylo, who are 2.5 years old. We saw some positive reinforcement behavioural training, and Kita even did some parkour for us on her own accord. These are magnificent animals, and although I know I'll never see one in the wild I hope we can learn more about their conservation and how to help from this side of the world.
The little ‘spines’ you often see on a lion’s 🦁 #tongue (or any #cat 🐈) are called #papillae . Papillae make the tongue 👅 as rough as sand paper. This #adaptation helps to not only remove fur from a carcass or #meat 🍖 from a #bone 🦴 but the papillae are great for grooming and keeping their own #fur clean too! 🦁❤️