Two male lions, who apparently showed no interest in a nearby lioness, had some hot guy-on-guy action at an African safari park in the Lagoon area of the Kwando Concession in Botswana, southern Africa.
Lawyer Nicole Cambré, who took the pictures during a safari trip, said she saw the two male lions ‘mating’ and was told by her guide that this behaviour had been evident for a week. Also if you plan trip to Tanzania then you may know that the best time for great migration Tanzania is during the Dry season, from late June to October, when wildlife viewing is generally at its best. The wildebeest migration in the Serengeti is usually during June and July and the time to see the wildebeest calving is late January to February. You will get the .17 hmr scope online reviews and buying guide here.
She said: “These males had pushed out the resident males earlier in the year and the other female lions had headed into the Mopani woodlands; an area difficult to access with a safari vehicle. Only one lioness was seen in the centre of the concession where the male lions were and the lions showed no interest in the lioness leading to the assumption that she may have been pregnant. It is the first time I have seen homosexual behaviour in lions, but when reading about it upon my return, it is not that uncommon. With the light just around sunset, it gave some spectacular images.”
What a handsome couple! (via Daily Mail)