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Two Gay Lions Seen Passionately Cuddling and Mounting Each Other in Kenyan National Park

Love is love is love…

Love is love indeed. A rarely seen romantic and sexual encounter between two male lions was recently observed at the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. The intimate moment was captured by wildlife photographer and guide for Exodus Travels, Paul Goldstein.

The two male lions were spotted heading to a secluded bush area on the Masai Mara. They were then seen cuddling, nuzzling, and mounting each other in a rare public display of affection.

This kind of close and romantic behavior between two male lions is very rare but not unheard of.

While mating between male and female lions can often end in violence, the two male lions appeared to be more affectionate toward each other even after their intimate moment.

Homosexual lions are more common among males.

Goldstein told the Daily Mail:

“I have heard of this happening in Botswana but with nothing like this vigour, and indeed at various zoos and safari parks, but incarcerated animals will do strange things, who can blame them. This however was astonishing.

When lions mate, it normally lasts a few seconds. These two were at it for over a minute and the obvious affection afterwards was very evident, as opposed to the violent withdrawal when male and female mate. Even as he dismounted, he did not back off as is normal after mating. He crept round to the other male’s muzzle, for a nuzzle and threw a conspiratorial wink his way.”

Scientists have observed homosexual behavior in 1,500 different species and reliably recorded a third of these cases (about 450 species).

Studies show that about eight percent of mountings observed among lions were males with other males. Male lions have been recorded courting other males, showing affection, and mounting. Lionesses were also observed to couple up, although mainly in captivity.


Dog Lives In Luxury In His Fancy Doghouse His Human Tucked Under A Staircase

This pitbull pup is living the life in a luxurious doghouse his owner built under the staircase.

A lot of us turn into instant designers and contractors when it comes to home renovation. The space under staircases is usually the project subject of most homeowners these days. We’ve seen people turning the unused space into storage cabinets, passage to an underground room, bookshelves, shoes or coat closets, or indoor playhouse for the kids.

There are indeed a lot ways you can convert these under the staircase areas into something more useful. But this man has a more unique idea on how he can add up some value to his home.

This doghouse was very well thought of that the owner of this nook is probably living the best days of his life.


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The Land of A Thousand Stray Dogs Is The Perfect Place For The Dog Lovers

Land of the stray dogs? More like, “Land of the Good Boys/Girls!”

For the dog lovers out there, have you ever wondered how it would feel to be surrounded by hundreds of man's best friend? Would you ever believe if someone tells you that there’s a land filled to the brim with a thousand stray dogs?

Somewhere in Costa Rica, there is a place called Territorio de Zaguates. This place is a rescue facility, and it is a no-kill dog shelter that currently harbors roughly around 970 stray dogs.

The place is located an hour drive from downtown San Jose.


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Canadian Angler Finds Grisly-Looking Fish That Grew Inside Dumped Plastic Wrapper

How this fish lived inside a plastic wrapper shows how our improperly disposed garbage can affect animal life.

An angler from Alberta is reminding people how garbage can destroy bodies of water and the animals that live in them after catching a fish that grew around a plastic wrapper. He shared bizarre photos of the fish on social media which were caught by thousands of people.

Adam Turnbull has a deep passion for fishing and has been catching fish all around Alberta almost every day. However, it is the first time that Adam saw a fish with a severely deformed body for living inside a Powerade drink wrapper. He told in a news interview:

“I was fishing at Strathcona Park when I hooked the fish…It fought like every other fish and then I saw the wound.”...

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