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Lioness and cubs

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LISI🌷 on Twitter: ""The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man. Charles Darvin." @ldd2407 🦁🐾🦁🐾🦁🐾 #wildlifephotography #protectwildlife #BigCats #StaySafeStayHealthy… https://t.co/uTf0vrxd9h"

“"The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man. Charles Darvin." @ldd2407 🦁🐾🦁🐾🦁🐾 #wildlifephotography #protectwildlife #BigCats #StaySafeStayHealthy”

Another great shot of a lioness and her cub - this post has several shots of lionesses and cubs! Love it!

Baby lions will one day become ferocious kings of the jungle that could easily devour you. But that certainly isn't the case with these little ones just yet.

Call it a clan, call it a network,call it a tribe, call it a family...whatever you call it, whoeveryou are, you need one.- Jane Howardpic.twitter.com/nG1J8rfPSK

“Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family... whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one. - Jane Howard”

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Africa | Lioness and cuba,  Tanzania - Ndutu Conservation Area | ©Laura Romin and Larry Dalton

Laura Romin and Larry Dalton, both wildlife biologists from Utah, U.S., managed to capture the playful cub as they studied the pride's behaviour in Ndutu Conservation Area, Tanzania.

“As a “lioness at the gate”—in the words of Sister Julie B. Beck—we are protectors and caregivers, watching over our children.  This is not overbearing or hovering—it is proactive, involved, and aware. Whether it’s positively monitoring our children’s online activities, cell phones, and friendships, or tracking media in our homes, “lioness” moms are vigilant and determined.

[The following in an excerpt from Motherhood Matters: Joyful Reminders of the Divinity, Reality, and Rewards of Motherhood, by Connie Sokol. Purchase links are found below.] “As a “lioness at the gate”—in the words of Sister Julie B. Beck—we are protectors and caregivers, watching over our children. This is not overbearing or hovering—it is proactive, involved, … Motherhood Matters: "Lioness at the Gate" + KSL Segment Read More »