• Lion Mona put behind the wheel

  • Instagram lion Moni appeared the video with the little predator that sits on the wheel of a moving car.

    It clarifies Ura.ru published August 11, the entry made during a week trip in Tyumen photographer in the Crimean city of Belogorsk, where is the Park "Taigan". This man March 2017 keep an account Moni baby_pride.

    Video bearing the words: "Now you've seen everything." One of the commentators jokingly asked whether the animal's rights.

    Five-month-old cub was transferred from Tyumen to the Crimea in July. "I bought a money in the zoo monthly, he has lived for four months. Now he grew up, and I decided to transfer him to the Park Lviv", — said the photographer and now former owner of the animal.

    Earlier in social networks was launched the campaign "save the lion Mona", the activists did not like that the owner is satisfied with him for the photo shoot.


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