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'Adorable': Netizens Are Gushing Over This Little Lion Cub And Its Roar, Watch

An “adorable” video of a lion cub walking in Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania on April 26 has been making several rounds on the internet.


Amid coronavirus outbreak with major countries are under lockdown and millions of people remain confined to their homes, an “adorable” video of a lion cub walking in Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania has been making several rounds on the internet. The short 15-second-clip even shows the amateur roar of the animal that internet users find "precious". Since posted the video has garnered nearly 70 thousand views with over eight thousand likes. Netizens are not only gushing over “how cute” the animal looks, but some of them even called the lion cub as “Simba”, which is the main character of Disney’s The Lion King, first introduced back in 1994 in an animated film. 

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‘Most adorable’

Most internet users were seen gushing over “most adorable” lion cub, while others even called the animal as “what a doll” implying that it is cute. Another Twitter user even called the cub as “important” and added that the animal must be “protected at all costs”. Many netizens called the cub “cute” and one of them also said, “I will meet you soon”, adding that after the lockdown due to deadly coronavirus gets over, the user would travel to Tanzania. 

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