Lions in Africa taking the maximum advantage of this quarantine period. In Kruger National Park the lions are taking a sleep on the road. So they are in the knowledge that no one is there to use the road anytime soon. Since 25th March the National park is closed.
These roads filled with tourists are now totally empty . It is a real uncommon experience for lions to come out to the roads.
Speaking to BBC News Mr. Richard Sowry
Kruger national park
The Kruger national Park have almost 2 million hectares of South Africa’s Northern eastern region. Park is serving for variety of animals in large scales including elephants, leopards, Lions and Rhinos.
The park officials tweeted that ‘Even as the sun rises, without all our human visitors, the urge to sing the ‘lion sleeps tonight’ is just a whim away, a whim away, a whim away!’
All animals have a certain amount of fear on people. but the park ranger of Kurger National Park Mr. Richard Sowry said the lions were not concerned his presence to take photographs.
They always prefer a calm and quit surrounding. It is a great thing to see the lions And all other animals are enjoying the life without bothering about artificial borders.
South Africa has extended their lock down as they noticed a spread of corona-virus. Luckly the animals still have their freedom to take a breath.