“The Real Lion King” Inspirations reveals Stunning photographs of ferocious big cats in their natural habitat Tauheed Ahmad March 30, 2015 Animals 4090 To celebrate its 20th birthday the team behind Disney’s animated musical, The Lion King, has announced production of The Lion Guard a popular TV movie and series inspired by the film and its sequels. And to get to grips with the inspiration behind the tales of Simba and the gang, Namiri Plains, close to central Serengeti, where the Lion King movie was based, have shown these breathtaking photos. The luxury six-person tented camp will offer exclusive access to a vast area which has before been closed to the public as it was being used by the Frankfurt Zoo for their research into big cats. Namiri Plains camp was formed for real safari fans wanting a high level of comfort in secluded surroundings, brilliant guiding and a deeper, more penetrating wildlife experience. Tucked away in a grove of fever trees, this little and special camp has tremendous views over the endless sweeping plains that surround it. Rose Hipwood, Founder of The Luxury Safari Company said, “This remarkable area is East Africa’s top spot for big cats”. Source: Dailymail Related PostsThe inseparable tiger and lion cubs snuggling up to bunniesIncredible Photographs Show the Bond between a Man and his AnimalsThe Strange Poodle MothIncredible Photo of Angry lion about to attack on Brave Photographer Just 10 feet from itTiger and Goat, Connect as Fast Friends Even Given to Him as Live FoodBaby Sand CatThe Majestic Sygmond Grey CatAntarctica From Kelle LjungMagical Fox Village in JapanMeet Thor’s The Bangal CatChimera A Cute Cat Has Two-Toned FaceWinners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.