Lion Lunges at Boy at zoo but Glass Divides Danger

This incident evokes memories of the comical yet thought-provoking scene from the movie Madagascar.

We witness a nerve-wracking moment as a lion lunges at a young boy visiting a zoo in Japan.

Thankfully, a sturdy, thick glass barrier stands between the toddler and the lion.

Lion lunging is a behavior rooted in their predatory instincts.

Lions are natural predators, and lunging is an instinctual response to perceived prey-like movements or objects.

This video reminds us that, despite the controlled environments of zoos, the innate instincts and behaviors of these magnificent creatures can resurface.

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