That is homosexual pride! Two male lions appear to be coupling, while a female lion observes in conf

This is the moment a lion demonstrated a different kind of ‘pride’ when he pinned down another male in an apparent attempt to reproduce with him, while an exasperated lioness gazed on.

Russ Bridges, an amateur wildlife photographer, captured the scene at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster.

Images depict a male lion striding over to his mate, mounting him, and pinning him down before attempting to procreate.

The lion was observed tying down another male in an apparent attempt to reproduce with him, while a disgruntled lioness observed in frustration.

The spectacle was captured by amateur wildlife photographer Russ Bridges at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster.

The mischievous large cat appeared to thrust his tongue out at park visitors with open mouths while perched atop his companion.

The large feline appeared to thrust his tongue out at park visitors with open mouths while perched atop another lion.

Mr. Bridges, of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, stated, “There are two males and one female in that pride.” Suddenly, one of the lions stood up, strode over to his companion, and leapt onto his back.

“Quite a few people were laughing as they observed and commented on what they saw,” the author writes.

“I believe it was a case of’should have gone to Specsavers’ as the lioness was just lying there next to them.

‘However, whenever a male approached her, she barked and struck his face with her paw.

It is not unheard of for them to behave in such a manner occasionally. I don’t know if it’s a dominance issue or something similar – it appears like they’re being aggressive, but it’s just friendly play.’

One of the male lions can be seen approaching his companion, mounting him, and pinning him down in the photographs.

Mr. Bridges, a 42-year-old warehouse shift supervisor, had previously photographed lions at the zoo, but this was the first time he’d witnessed them playing together.

Mr. Bridges, a 42-year-old warehouse shift supervisor, had previously photographed lions in the wildlife park, but this was the first time he witnessed them frolicking together.

Typically, when I go to photograph them, they are sleeping and doing nothing, but this time they were active.

My favorite photograph is the one in which he appears to be thrusting out his tongue.

I’ve never seen a photograph of two men stacked on top of one another with one of them protruding his tongue – it looks like he’s taking pride in his work.

I admire creatures so much that I cannot bring myself to harm even an insect or a spider, and I appreciate the park’s conservation efforts.

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