New Delhi (Sputnik): Gir National Park in the Indian state of Gujarat is the only natural habitat for Asiatic lions. On several occasions, the king of the jungle has been seen venturing into villages nearby, with people capturing them on cameras.
In a wildlife video comparable to a husband-wife argument, a lion and a lioness in India’s Gir Forest have been caught on camera fighting each other. The footage has taken the Internet by storm.
The video shows the lion and a lioness trying to overpower each other with mighty roars, but without inflicting meaning much harm.
Captured by wildlife photographer Zubin Ashara and titled “The Royal Affair”, the 22-second video clip has garnered thousands of views and likes on various social media platforms, inviting hilarious comments and observations.
He is like, don’t embarrass me in front of all these people.
— Shandilya Mayank Mishra (@UdhteParinde) July 26, 2020
Plot twist: the lioness kept roaring for 8 hours straight once the camera subsided.
— Urshita Saxena (@UrshitaSaxena) July 26, 2020
There is no difference between human and animals when Gender matters and its behaving
— @sonyjamesv (@sonyjamesv) July 26, 2020
It was your turn to do the cooking… No I signed up only for washing the dishes
— dsrihari (@dsrihari) July 26, 2020