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Lions tend to roar most often at night. It is a bone

Lions tend to roar most often at night. It is a bone chilling sound that can be heard from a distance of 8 kms or 5 miles away They do not generally roar when they are on the hunt as this will warn their prey of their whereabouts. It is not only used to proclaim their territory, but also to rally straying members of the pride. It’s also the most important part of letting other Males know this is their territory. The adrenaline to be right there and feel your vehicle shaking is profound. A safari is like no other experience in the world #Nature at its finest hour #bigcats #lions #africa #safari #dubaplainsexpedition #Botswana .
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