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This is the kind of thing you sign up to see when you go on safari. These guys got a close look at a pride of lions... a little too close, some might argue. They were all told not to make any sudden movements as the pride passed by, and lucky for them, the lions didn't seem too interested in eating them for lunch.

via Wildlife Protection Solutions

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