The Rare and Exotic Animals " White Lions"-[HD]National Geographic[Full Documentary]

The Rare and Exotic Animals " White Lions"-[HD]National Geographic[Full Documentary]
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The Rare and Exotic Animals ” White Lions”-[HD]National Geographic[Full Documentary]

The Rare and Exotic Animals – National Geographic Documentary. The white lion is a rare color mutation of the Timbavati area. White lions are the same as the tawny African Lion (Panthera leo krugeri) found in some wildlife reserves in South Africa and in zoos around the world. White lions are not a separate subspecies and are thought to be indigenous to the Timbavati region of South Africa for centuries, although the earliest recorded sighting in this region was in 1938. Regarded as divine by locals, white lions first came to public attention in the 1970s in Chris McBride’s book The White Lions of Timbavati. Up until 2009, when the first pride of white lions was reintroduced to the wild, it was widely believed that the white lion could not survive in the wild. It is for this reason that a large part of the population of white lions now reside in zoos.


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  1. White Lion were more widespread than believed there was a white pride in Kenya during President Moi's time but were sadly killed even though President Moi realised the value of them and tried very hard to encourage them as a tourist attraction. Indiscriminate hunting has decimated White and Tawny lions sadly we revere Lion and Tiger yet kill without consideration so the we may feel their skin beneath our feet.

  2. Such a beautiful much respect for the two moms, how they protect and even sacrifice themselves for the safety of their cubs melt my heart..hope they continue to live happy lives together and RIP to the young boy

  3. I dead ass cried when the cub died
    And I’m not gonna lie I was pissed when the people behind the camera didn’t do anything and just filmed it happening
    Especially since he died due to a PAINFUL seizure

  4. The mom and the aunt are very a strong lioness rise and protect their cups very well. I’m so proud of them but unfortunately one cup didn’t survive.

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