It’s not a secret that some children don’t like when their relatives or parents kiss them. They become displeased and sometimes they may even cry.
Parents try to surround their babies with love and care. Only some cubs are not happy with the increased attention to themselves.
A small lion cub lives in the Masai Mara Nature Reserve, located in Kenya. Two lionesses decided to raise the young animal at the same time. Is the cub so naughty? Why is he so much trouble?
The head of the Safari Collection Footprint Foundation environmental group shared his opinion. Mark Boyd noticed that the Pride Sala family is distinguished by an incredibly friendly and warm relationship within the team.
Animals have been living in this area for about seven years. The lion family not only cares about all their offspring but also demonstrates success in hunting and protecting their habitat.
And the lionesses from Pride Sala prove Mark Boyd’s words with their deed. All babies in a large family are common. But why, among all the lion cubs, did adults single out exactly this?
There is no exact answer to the question yet. The conservation group will continue to monitor the unusual family.