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Watch: Lion Enters Empty School Building In Gujarat, Netizens Amazed

However, a lion recently entered a primary school premise in India. Netizens also took the opportunity to shower a veriety of comments.

Lion enters empty school in Gujrat, netizens amused by his 'excitement'

With people confined inside their homes due to coronavirus pandemic, many animals have now taken to streets. Recently, animals like horses, zebras were spotted on the streets of Paris, while elephants have been seen strolling around in many Indian cities. In South Africa, penguins were seen taking leisure walks. However, a lion took it a notch higher by entering a primary school premises in India. 

The incident happened in Una village of Gir Somnath district in Gujarat. The district also houses Gir national park which is famous for its population of lions. The 13-second clip was shared by IFS Susanta Nanda on Twitter and shows two men bringing a huge metal cage to capture the lion who looks at them from a window inside a classroom. Nanda, in the caption, revealed, that the lion was eventually released into the forest.

'Released back' 

The post had received over 2,400 views and 220 likes. Many amused netizens also took the opportunity to shower a variety of comments. Many of them were amused by the excitement and zeal of the lion. 

Read: Paris: Circus Animals Roam On Streets As Humans Stay At Home Amid Lockdown

Read: Nine Lakh People Undertook Virtual Tour Of Patna Zoo In A Week: Official

Read: Giraffe Does Not 'give Up' Despite Being Attacked By Lions, Netizens Inspired

Read: Guj: Lion Carcass Found In Gir Forest

 

 

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