Lions clamber on the perspex box and peer down at the human insideCredit: Caters News Agency Small doors in the case can be opened to allow photographers to take clearer imagesCredit: Caters News Agency The transparent cage at a South African lion reserve allows visitors to capture the cats up closeCredit: Caters News Agency
“The lions in the videos are extremely curious of the cage.
The box is intended to fund the charity‘s work caring for lions rescued from captivityCredit: Caters News Agency The lions can be seen making the box their ownCredit: Caters News Agency Photographers can capture snaps that they couldn’t elsewhereCredit: Caters News Agency
“All cats, big or small, love a box and they can choose to come close to the box or not it’s their choice!
Video on GG Conservation’s fundraising page shows lions happily running and relaxing on a vast, green reserve.
It says the costs of running the sanctuary have become a significant challenge, and that funds will help ensure that their lions continue to be well-fed and their facilities maintained and expanded.
Volunteers at the charity say the lions are ‘extremely curious’ about the cageCredit: Caters News Agency The charity said money generated will help feed the lions and maintain the facilitiesCredit: Caters News Agency Thousands of lions are kept in captivity in private homes and circuses around the worldCredit: Caters News Agency Pictures and video from the charity show their animals relaxing and running on a vast, green reserveCredit: Caters News Agency
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