Lions sleep on empty Kruger Park roads during Covid-19 lockdown

Lions sleep on empty Kruger Park roads during Covid-19 lockdown

- A pride of lions was spotted taking a nap on empty roads in the Kruger Park recently

- The lions took the liberty to do so as the park is closed to public visitation during the lockdown

- According to the park, the animals do not usually come that far as they are residents of Kempiana Contractual Park

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The Kruger National Park has shared a picture of a pride of lions taking over roads that are normally used by tourists.

According to a tweet made by the park on Wednesday, the lions are usually in Kempiana Contractual Park, an area that is not visible to tourists who come to the area.

BBC reports that like other places in the country, the park has been shut to the public as directed by the South African government to curtail the spread of the coronavirus.

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See their tweet below:

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za asked our readers what their quarantine looks were and we received a couple of amazing photos.

The lockdown has the entire country confined to their homes as we try to combat the novel coronavirus.

With people chilling at their houses, many have had to adjust to life in isolation. Briefly.co.za decided to ask our readers to share their quarantine looks with us.

We received several photos and decided to take a look at the five best ones at the time of publishing.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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