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Video: Lion Cubs Try To Catch Up With Mother As They Cross Forest, Netizens Amused

A heartwarming video of a litter of lion cubs running around in the midst of a forest has been doing rounds on the internet, leaving netizens awestruck.

Lion cubs running around the forest breaks internet, netizens in awe

In a recent video that has been doing rounds on the internet, a group of adorable lion cubs can be seen running around in a forest. The litter of lion cubs were seen crossing a road to reach the other side of the forest. The heartfelt sight displays the lovely cubs running in an attempt to catch up with the lionesses leading their way, leaving netizens in awe.

Beautiful sight

The 1-minute-long video was shared by Susanta Nanda, an Indian Forest Services officer, on his official Twitter handle. In the video, a litter of lion cubs is seen jumping and running around each other in the midst of a forest. The lion cubs, in order to catch up with the lionesses, cross a road and run behind them in full speed. The IFS officer, in his caption, also asked the viewers to count the number of cubs in the video, as there were several of them.

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Netizens awestruck

Since posted, the heartwarming video has garnered over 20,300 views and around 2,270 likes, along with a retweet count of over 470. Netizens were awestruck with the lovely sight of the adorable cubs running to and fro. People showered the tweet loads of comments for the lovely video.

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