Animals will be animals. That’s what happened in the background of one nature show when two lions decided to illustrate what the host was explaining about lion mating habits.
The Daily Mirror found a priceless wildlife show clip, in which Chacha Nyandongo was discussing lion behavior when he was joined by two frisky lions. He managed to keep a completely straight face as he began narrating the biological act.
He explained the loud roars as only denoting excitement, not danger, while the male mounted the female. He also helpfully added that lion copulation usually only takes about eight to ten seconds.
If we’re lucky, we may have just witnessed the conception of the next Simba.