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Hugs with lion !! Crazy man!
A man pushes away a tiger when a lion comes running toward him to give him the mist adorable hug on Earth. And you call life is full of risks? Bleh.
Hugs with Lions in South Africa ...
Todd the “Lion Charmer” shows viewers how to hug a lion…
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This is what happens when aMan hugs a lion for love
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Dangerous? Just another normal day for this guy.
Amazing Man hugged kissed and bath with the line in safari and river. a courtesy of sky news video
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THE DVD, "CHRISTIAN THE LION AT WORLD'S END" CAN BE PURCHASED AT...
WHICH WILL HELP THE BORN FREE FOUNDATION SAVE EVEN MORE OF THE WORLD'S WILDLIFE.
THEY ALSO HAVE SIGNED COPIES OF VIRGINIA MCKENNA'S BOOK "CHRISTIAN THE LION'S JOURNEY TO FREEDOM" AVAILABLE AT...
dvd is also available at
also more info at Wikipedia:
thanks to all the TV shows and news programmes who've used my video in their reports and helped to raise awareness of animal welfare throughout the world.
This is also true of news publications such as The Sunday Times (27-07-08) & TimesOnline...
and The Daily Telegraph (31.07.08)...
also The Sun (28.07.08)...
left the Kora Reserve in 1973. He made his new territory along the Tana river, but when the Wakamba herdsmen kept bringing their livestock to his hunting ground, he moved on. George Adamson said in his autobiography, "I used to count the days on which we hadn't seen Christian, but when they reached 97, I gave up recording them in my diary." Because a lion can live from 12 to 15 years in the wild, Adamson believed that Christian ended his days in the Meru National Reserve only a few miles up river.
"Lion Man" Gareth Patterson, author, environmentalist, and the person who continued George Adamson's lion rehabilitation work, revisited Kora in 1998. This is what he found...
for the two guys, the Born Free Foundation tells me that Anthony "Ace" Bourke (referred to as Ace "Berg" in a Daily Mail article) lives in Australia as a lecturer and expert in the area of Aboriginal Art, and John Rendall lives in the UK and is a Trustee of the George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust.
Anyone wishing to donate to the George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust can do so by contacting one of the following....
George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust
16a Park View Road
Tel: +44 (0)20 8343 4246
Fax: +44 (0)20 8343 4048
The Tony Fitzjohn/George Adamson
African Wildlife Preservation Trust
Georgianna Pennington Regnier
116 La Patera Drive
+1 805 987 0997