31 Dec
The Lion king

Endowed for its power and majesty, the lion is regarded as the king of the vast savanna grassland. The fiercest and most magnanimous of the four-footed beasts. This rings true with these magnanimous felines!

'Simba' to the Swahili-has to be one of the most charismatic and fascinating animals in the world-whether giving great roars, shaking that massive mane, playing with his cubs or fighting to keep his ladies safe- everyone loves to watch him! He symbolizes strength and can be regarded as a high profile "celebrity" in the animal kingdom.

Naturally equipped with teeth that can tear through bones and tendons of their prey, its agility and awareness enable it to take down a wide variety of prey such as buffalo, zebra, giraffes, rhino, wildebeest, and impalas. They are mainly nocturnal and work in teams to stalk and ambush prey.

Lions inhabit grassy plains, savannahs, open woodlands and scrub country. These landscapes allow the hunters to creep stealthily through vegetation and leap upon their unsuspecting prey. Seamlessly born to kill!

The only social member of the cat(Felidae) family, lions live in large groups called ‘pride’ consisting of about 15 lions. Related females and their young are a majority of the pride. A single, or sometimes a small group of 2-3 males, will join a pride for an indefinite period.

They can be found in Masai Mara game reserve, Tsavo East national park, Tsavo West national park, Samburu national reserve, Nakuru national park and Nairobi national park.

A dream theatre experience!!