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Girl Kept Roaring At This Lion And So The Lion Literally Got Pissed Off

You don’t mess up with the king of the jungle.

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You don’t mess up with the king of the jungle. This is a fact that you think people would already know by now but no, this girl had to annoy a lion. This happened at Tucson, Arizona’s Reid Park Zoo and it looks like the girl really wanted to piss of the caged animal.

What happened next drove everyone wild. First, the lion made a fake attack and next, he showed them who’s the real boss.

Watch the hilarious 20-second video here:

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I literally laughed out loud at this. Hopefully the girl learned her lesson. It doesn’t always mean that just because an animal is in a glass cage that he couldn’t fight back in any way. The lion must be having a bad day!

Interesting Lion Facts

Interesting Lion Facts

Source: USA Today

Lions have always been “a symbol of strength, power and ferocity,” as described in a blog by the WorldWildLife.

Here are some quick facts we’ve gathered from the site about the king of the jungle:

1. A lion may sleep up to 20 hours a day.

2. A lion’s heels don’t touch the ground when it walks.

3. A good gauge of a male lion’s age is the darkness of his mane. The darker the mane, the older the lion.

4. Even though the lion is sometimes referred to as the “king of the jungle,” it actually only lives in grasslands and plains. The expression may have come from an incorrect association between Africa and jungles or may refer to a less literal meaning of the word jungle.

5. A lion can run for short distances at 50 mph and leap as far as 36 feet.

6. A lion’s roar can be heard from as far as 5 miles away.

7. The lion was once found throughout Africa, Asia and Europe but now exists only in Africa with one exception. The last remaining Asiatic lions are found in Sasan-Gir National Park in India, which was primarily created to protect the species. Currently, there are approximately 350-400 lions in the park.

8. These majestic cats are threatened by habitat loss. The lion is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

9. Male lions defend the pride’s territory while females do most of the hunting. Despite this, the males eat first.

10. African lions are the most social of all big cats and live together in groups or “prides.” A pride consists of about 15 lions.

H/T: Rare, WorldWideLife

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