A man and his pride


Inflames

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The lions will eat him someday....
 

Inflames

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Our domestic cats will eat us too if they can grow to a bigger size.;p
 

Inflames

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What about wives?

How do we know they are not man-eaters?
Woah... That's on a different scale. How can u compare them to animals...

Infact they r worse;p
 

madmartian

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Ha, this is easy. The lion is in human costume & the men are in lion suits :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

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What about wives?

How do we know they are not man-eaters?
Wait.... urm.... lemme check my parts.... ok ok! All intact... I guess mine's pretty tamed... :bsmilie:

(ARGH!!!!! I'm loosing a toe-nail!!!!! Oh wait.... duh, sorry I clipped them last night :sweatsm:)
 

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The documentary "Grizzly Man" directed by Werner Herzog chronicling the life story and ultimately, mauling of bear conservationist Timothy Treadwell by the one that he loved most is a good example when one interferes with wild animals either positively or negatively directly. :)

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2evans

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The lions will eat him someday....

At the end of the article,

"Kevin is the only human they have accepted, and he is aware that one day that could change.

"I know they could kill me in a second," he said. "But that doesn't bother me. If I came back to life, I would do it all again.""

At least he's not under the impression they'd never kill him... :sweat:
 

knpan

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holy cow, but isnt it contracdicting when the reporter was just standing there talking without a cage ??? SO the lions dont attact more than him
 

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holy cow, but isnt it contracdicting when the reporter was just standing there talking without a cage ??? SO the lions dont attact more than him
i thought it was mentioned that the news crew and reporter were always behind fences?

anyhow, even domesticated animals like dogs can kill a human. thankfully housecats are probably too small, but they can do a huge amount of damage too, given the right circumstances.
 

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In Las Vegas MGM Hotel, the men & lions are in the same enclosure :sweat: :sweat:
1930 marked the beginning of a beautiful relationship between a lioness and a man.

It all started in a wild stormy night when the lioness decided to jump into the bed with her owner.

They lived together quite happily for a few years in their own man-and-beast way.

But one night the lioness got hungry and too lazy to go out and hunt. She just bite the leg off her lover.

The man needless to say divorced the big cat with a lot of pain and loss of blood.

This love story is so tragic and the lesson is so profound.

No man will touch a lioness ever again.

Even those who have married a human wife sometimes view his loved one suspiciously as a lioness fearing that in a moment of rage she may attack and maul him.
 

madmartian

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.......................Even those who have married a human wife sometimes view his loved one suspiciously as a lioness fearing that in a moment of rage she may attack and maul him.
I think martians are safer.....................:sweat: :sweat: :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

knpan

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QUOTE=night86mare;6151654]i thought it was mentioned that the news crew and reporter were always behind fences?

anyhow, even domesticated animals like dogs can kill a human. thankfully housecats are probably too small, but they can do a huge amount of damage too, given the right circumstances.[/QUOTE]

i understand that, but look at 1:30 min. No gate etc, and the reporter not attacked. . so that means......... :dunno:[
 

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