Neither is that of the UK – or many other countries in the EU
And for all that we hear about China’s economy doing well, in comparison, it seems some businesses there are struggling and being forced to make economies
One has to admire the creative thinking of officials at a zoo in China, who lacked money to buy a lion
Unfortunately, they didn’t think it through thoroughly
Their cunning plan fell apart – and their ruse discovered – when their ‘lion’ began to bark
Full details here – http://tinyurl.com/letlrxo
Guys, if you live in Zimbabwe or are planning to vacation there and should be lucky enough to find yourself in the bush with a young lady and . . . . well, you know the rest :wink:
Just be careful to practice ‘safe sex’
In Zimbabwe, that means . . .
Step 1 – wear a condom
Step 2 – make sure the lady is on top !
Just saying ! :lol:
What am I on about ?
Kalaripayat is an old martial art practiced in part of India. The various stances are modeled on the form of animals so it probably seemed like a good idea when planning a photo-shoot for Toronto’s Desi Life magazine to incorporate a real lion while Gitanjali Kolanad demonstrated the Simhavadivu (Lion stance)
In hindsight, however, it would have been wiser to demonstrate the Matsyavadivu (Fish stance) ?
This toddler’s parents put a lot of trust in the strength of that glass !
A lion has reportedly been seen near the railway station at Shepley in West Yorkshire (http://tinyurl.com/7fhgunk)
On the advice of police, train operator Northern Rail prevented passengers travelling to Shelpey from alighting from the train.
Meantime, a police helicopter and 12 officers on foot (I bet the ones one foot are shitting themselves) are searching the area – without success so far.
[Jeez, why don't our police make full use of modern technology? I did a search of the area using Google and found the friggin lion straight away]
Filming in Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve in South Africa, Roger de la Harpe hoped to capture 3 lionesses on film by leaving a running camera near a path they regularly patrolled. One lioness, however, took a fancy to the camera and carried it off into the bush . . .
Noah’s Ark was created to provide a home for abused, unwanted, and orphaned children and animals
Visit their website to learn more and find out how you can help support the work they do - http://www.noahs-ark.org/
Meanwhile, here’s a vid of 3 of their ‘rescued’ animals – a lion, a tiger, and a bear, all getting along together