The more the Mississippi River waters fall due to drought, the more we're learning about the past. The most recent discovery in the river is a rare lion that once roamed America thousands of years ago.
It doesn't matter what you do there are some people who will always want to be a critic. Take for example a Missouri man who frequently shares videos of himself playing with wolves and lions. Some love it while others are quite frankly ticked.
Next time you go to the St. Louis Zoo, you might want to check the trees first. The reason I say that is one of their lions named Cabara was recently seen hanging out high up on a branch observing onlookers.
It's natural to think of Missouri when you talk about tigers thanks to the university in Columbia. However, did you know there's also a national tiger sanctuary in the Show Me State? There is and I have videos to prove it.
This guy might be a brother from a different mother. He proposed to his girlfriend in front of the lion enclosure at the St. Louis Zoo. Thanks to a video share, you can see what happened. I'll explain why we may be related, too.
I'm not normally a soft, emotional type. Nor am I a member of PETA. In fact, I'm on a low-carb diet, so any animal that I see gets nervous. But, I saw a story yesterday that nearly broke my heart. Lions are not far from extinction. If that's true, I'm going Chuck Norris on whoever is responsible.