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Lion Park in East London, South Africa
South Africa

The Lion Park in East London, South Africa, is one of our favorite locations in all of Africa to visit. The park hand-raises lions and allows visitors to touch them while they are young.

In this panorama, you can see three-month old lions which you can visit and touch. In addition, there is a young Cheetah sitting in a tree in another part of the park and you can see the rabbits on the grass, who don't seem to worry about all these carnivores nearby. There are only 2 white lion cubs. One moved, and got in twice.

A beautiful place and highly recommended to anyone!

Copyright: Johan offermans & karl overholt
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Uploaded: 04/03/2011
Updated: 11/07/2014
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Tags: lion; cheetah; lion park; east london; south africa; africa; nature; animals; rabbits; young
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