Sharing an adorable animal video is a great way to win the hearts of a lot of people on the internet. Be a cute kitten doing a funny thing, no matter how simple or stupidity is, the internet is full of people who are gonna love it.
Today we at Anomalous decided to share with you a story of a lion dad who is trying to get along with his new baby cub. We found it cute and hope you will enjoy it too.
Even though a lot of lion dads don’t have time to spend with their kids, this lion dad seems to have plenty of time to play with his kid.
This video was shared by Denver zoo on September 6, 2019. The video got the attention of a lot of people all around the world. The relationship between the lion daddy and the little cub manages to bring a smile on our face.
The moment where two lion generations meet together for the first time and the way how the daddy lion crouched down to play with the baby, instantly won the heart of the internet. A Lot people admired this 2 year old lion dad for his behaviour.
According to the Denver Zoo, the cub was born on 25 July 2019. He’s spent the last couple months bonding with his mom (Neliah), dad (Tobias), and half-sister (Kamara) behind the scenes at Predator Ridge at Denver Zoo, and will soon make his big public debut in one of the outdoor habitats,” Jake Kubié, the director of communications revealed. “He’s all the things you might expect of a lion cub: playful, curious, and energetic!”
“Everyone is extremely excited and anxious to pay him a visit once he makes his public debut,” Jake commented on the public’s response to the adorable cub. “The weekly updates we’ve been posting to our social channels are met with an outpouring of “Oohs” and “Ahhs.” [and] we’re doing our best to give everyone their cub fix while they wait to see him in person!”
The video also contains footage of the baby brother playing with his half-sister, the4-year-old Kamara. “She is just the most attentive and affectionate older sister,” Denver Zoo’s Instagram account reported.
“It’s very important to remember that half of the African lions have disappeared in the last 25 years and face growing threats, such as poaching, loss of prey and destruction of habitats in their native ranges” the Denver Zoo representative wanted to stress. “We hope that by seeing our little lion cub, people will be inspired and take action to help protect his wild counterparts and other wildlife around the world,” he added.