At First Only 2 Lions Wanted to Play With the Camera, Then All of Them Did

Cats are cats, big or small. 

Wildlife photographer Chris McLennan mounted a beautiful camera on a remote control car and drove it into a pride of lions. (He has a fun job.)

At first, two young lions approach the camera, curiously. Then suddenly all of them are interested. And by the time the lions are done with it, I'm surprised his camera survived. But it did, and the photos he got are beautiful, too. 

If you want to skip straight the best action, it begins around 1:35.

The video satisfied the crazy cat lady in me because it confirmed that feeling we all have watching our tabbies pounce on laser pointer dots and spiders: cats are cats, big or small. 

 

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