Couple Astounded To Find Six Lions Lounging Around On Their Patio

Couple Astounded To Find Six Lions Lounging Around On Their Patio

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One best thing aside from relaxing indoors on a beautiful sunny day is to be surrounded by nature. Many people now make it a priority to have patios in their homes, and indeed, it’s pleasant for you and also for guests who might be willing to join you. It turned out, animals, particularly lions, are equally interested in both relaxation and sunbathing. 

Recently, a couple in South Africa were shocked to find pride of six lions sunning themselves on the deck of a relative property, which was up for sale. David De Beer and Wife Mariska came face-to-face with the big cats relaxing around on the patio.

David De Beer and Wife Mariska were shocked to find pride of six lions sunning themselves on the deck of a relative property, which was up for sale

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David, the CEO of Davon Construction, had arrived at his father’s home to check out the property. A now-viral clip showed the lions weren’t terrified by the couple’s entrance into the property but at the sound of the door closing. Eventually, the lions padded off into the garden in the town of Hoedspruit. 

David, the CEO of Davon Construction, had arrived at his father’s home to check out the property

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The property is on the Leadwood Big Game Estate, where homes are reportedly sold for less than £100,000

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Specifically, the property is on the Leadwood Big Game Estate, where homes are reportedly sold for less than £100,000. According to the estate, big cats roam freely over 5500 hectares of unspoiled bushveld between the Blyde River Canyon and Kruger National Park. 

The lions weren’t terrified by the couple’s entrance into the property but at the sound of the door closing

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Eventually, the lions padded off into the garden in the town of Hoedspruit

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Since uploaded to the internet, the whole incident, including the inside of the property, has drawn admiration comments and reactions. ‘We need a garden like that! Wonderful beasts.’ A user identified as Goldsworthy said. Shelley-Anne Dean, another user, added: ‘Great guard dogs…Can feed themselves, zero maintenance…zero burglaries.’ User Devin Dawson was quite sympathetic and wrote: ‘My God, what can you do here? Talk about an inconvenience.’

Big cats roam freely over 5500 hectares of unspoiled bushveld between the Blyde River Canyon and Kruger National Park

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Source:  Daily Mail