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Animals | November 7, 2021 4:19 AM | hangbony

In this adorable video, Lion Dad meets his new baby cub for the first time.

The Denver Zoo in the United States recently shared an adorable video of a lion father meeting his cub for the first time, The video quickly went viral and took the internet by storm.

According to a Denver Zoo post, the boy cub was born on July 25 and has only spent time with his mother, Neliah, since his birth, When everything was in order, he was allowed to meet the family, Finally, family members can meet, and the first meeting of two generations is priceless!

As seen in the video, the lion cub was playing in its enclosure when his father, Tobias, came in, The big lion dad’s actions toward his small bean of a son as he crouched down to interact sparked outrage on the Internet, People enjoy their encounter and compliment the father on his gentle demeanor.

“He’s spent the last few months bonding behind the scenes with his mom (Neliah), dad (Tobias), and half-sister (Kamara) at Predator Ridge at Denver Zoo, and will soon make his big public debut in one of the outdoor habitats,” Jake Kubié, the director of communications, revealed, “He is everything a lion cub should be: playful, curious, and energetic!”

“Everyone is extremely excited and anxious to pay him a visit once he makes his public debut,” Jake said of the public’s reaction to the cute cub.

Really appreciated the three seconds there of seeing the interaction, Thank you for like and share.

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