Ekratti Singh is practicing roaring, netizens remember Simba in the viral video,


BanglaHunt Desk: Remember that scene from The Lion King? When Simba first goes to practice roaring. One such video went viral on social media Twitter. A lion cub roars in a Tanzanian sanctuary. Netizens have already filled this baby lion with love.

The 15-second clip has been viewed 60,000 times so far and has garnered about 7,500 likes and 1,500 retweets. Netizens said that many people remembered Simba when they saw it.

A few days ago, a video of a cheetah baby and his mother went viral. As seen in the video, the mother cheetah is crossing the road outside the forest with her cubs. The first cub follows his mother and reaches the other side of the road. But, the second cub sits on the street and then roars comfortably. Eventually, the mother leopard returns, holding the baby by the neck and crossing the road. Watching the video, netizens remembered the mother's rule over her disobedient child.

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There is no need to go to Oklahoma to see cute cubs, GO TO AFRICA INSTEAD! Watch the unbelievably cute moment filmed on camera when a leopard mother is seen helping her cute newborn Leopard cubs cross the road in the Kruger National Park. The heart-warming cuteness of these little ones is almost unbearable and all we can do is watch. When you get the opportunity to capture it on film, it makes the sighting even more special. Full video, link in bio (https://bit.ly/LeopardCubsCrossRoad) Tags: #Nature #travel #vacation #animals #adventure #outdoors #explore #lucky #wilderness #tourist #Visiting #animal #camping #wild #africa # wildlife #safari #Krugernationalpark #Kruger #Krugerpark #Knp #Exploring #naturephotography #beautiful #leopard #leopards #cub #catssofinstagram #video #Cute

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A large part of the world is under house arrest because of Corona. Pictures spread on various social media outlets show that nature is smiling as a result of being under house arrest. Shy wild animals like dolphins and deer are roaming freely following the natural rules of nature.