Lioness with Cubs - a Moment of Tenderness
Head rubbing - nuzzling one's forehead, face and neck against another lion - appears to be a form of greeting, as it is seen often after an animal has been apart from others, or after a fight or confrontation. Males tend to rub other males, while cubs and females rub females.
Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania.
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