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From coolly majestic lionesses to frantically racing grebes, from a Serengeti sunset to an otherworldly penguin procession, this exhibition is sure to leave viewers awestruck at the wide world around them.
Early Julia Roberts, with that lioness mane, steals hearts in Mystic Pizza; Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Susan Sarandon—equally brilliant, equally wild-haired—weave a different sort of spell in The Witches of Eastwick.
The burly 3-year-old is currently getting used to his new habitat and the three resident lionesses.
Satisfied at last, Sakhmet curled up and fell asleep, the angry lioness becoming a peaceful cat.
The two young males were ejected from the pride right after the zebra was killed, so the availability of food may have spurred the lionesses to send the males packing.
That’s right, lioness, Venus is still in Leo for another week, so this is your last chance to lean into the final remnants of Leo season.
Known as Nosikitok, the five-year-old lioness is being monitored by the conservation group KopeLion, which seeks to prevent locals from hunting Ngorongoro’s lions.
Nairobi, KenyaFirst, a lioness ventured into the city as a decoy to draw officials away from her cubs that were lost in an army barracks.
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