Lion Shows Tourists Why You Must Stay Inside Your Car - Latest Wildlife Sightings
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Tourists hanging out of their car at a lion sighting. This lion felt threatened and barked at the tourists. If he had decided to attack, there wouldn't have been enough time to get in the car and close the window.
SANPark's Rules: No part of the body may protrude from the car, either through the window or a sunroof, unless in designated areas.
Taken on the S1 near Skukuza in the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
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