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Don’t turn your back on a lion

In this Monday, May 16, 2016, photo, one of three lion cubs born February at Utah's Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City sits with mother Nabu and aunt Seyla as they are introduced to the public for the first time. (Steve Griffin/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)

When taking the family to the zoo, the children are usually disappointed when their favorite animals are either missing or sleeping.

So, when a lion is actually up a walking around, not only should every child around be fascinated that their favorite animal is right there in front of them, but every eye in the are should be observing the king of the jungle.

A young boy in Japan got that rare chance of actually seeing a lion moving around up close, but somehow missed all of the action.

Let this be a lesson to all of us; don’t turn your back on a lion.



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