Lion and cheetah park

Prickly
Elfish
Laughing stock
Holding a cub
Little tiger
Playing with a cub
Lion cub
On all fours
Assets
Cute cub
Cute face
Two cubs
Ready to eat
At the lion park
Playful
Still playful, but also powerful
Lion
Comfortable?
Lounging
Eyes closed
An itch to scratch
Big yawn
Nice lion, nice...
Red eye
Snappy
Tickling Tommy
Tommy the turtle
Do not sit on me...
On the move
Tommy is out for a stroll
Tommy... and some guy
Here's looking at you, kid
Meanwhile, at the watering hole...
Sphinx like
Lioness
Majestic
Lion
Hiding
Lounging

Going down to the Lion and Cheetah park, close to Lake Chivero, we were entertained by lions, monkeys, civet cats (I don't think we ended up with SARS) and a giant turtle. Tommy, the turtle, is close to 300 years(!!!) old and walks like how you would think a three hundred year-old should walk. If you scratch his chin, he's willing to wait and enjoy the petting.

I was allowed to enter the lion's den on foot and petted a real, life-size, lion. However, when it started waiving its paws at me, possibly to play, I made sure he wouldn't hit me with them.
No such issues with the cubs with which we also got to play. Lots of fun and they really are like big cats.

Later, we also visited Snake World, close to the Lion and Cheetah park. Enjoyable enough, but not great. Although we had some fun interaction with an Egyptian cobra, who appeared to have enjoyed inserting his teeth in our not-so-willing necks.

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