Chuck the Lion

Lions Chuck and Norris

We all remember them as innocent and fluffy, now two and a half years old our two male lions Chuck and Norris, have matured into strong and majestic teenage boys.  In conjunction with Daniell Cheetah Project they have embarked on a meaningful journey to create awareness agents Canned Lion Hunting.  As there is a growing problem in South Africa with lion hunting, we are ever grateful to The Symba Wildlife Conservation for their contribution to this awareness project.  Sadly there is still lives lost on a daily basis from the canned hunting industry.


2 thoughts on “Lions Chuck and Norris”

  1. Chuck Norris is his own brother.Chuck Norris can stare at the sun for as long as he wieshs.Every time you here a bell ring a fairy gets its wings, every time a raindrop hits the ground Chuck Norris roundhouse kicks his next victim.Chuck Norris taught Albert Einstein.When Chuck Norris jumped into the ocean, he created a tsunami in Indonesia.Chuck Norris can catch bullets.When people look into a mirror they see their reflections, when Chuck Norris looks into a mirror the mirror refuses to look back.Chuck Norris invented north, south, east, and west.We don’t live, Chuck Norris allows us to live.Chuck Norris doesn’t go to the gym, he just jogs infinity miles every morning before breakfast.Chuck Norris counted to infinity twice.Chuck Norris doesn’t strike a match, he stares at it until it ignites.Chuck Norris gave himself laser eye surgery.Chuck Norris can hear light, then he races it and wins.Chuck Norris lost his shadow.When we make paper airplanes, Chuck Norris makes paper submarines.When Chuck Norris went camping he caught Bigfoot.Chuck Norris can look in two different directions at once.The 51st state will be called Chuck Norris.Chuck Norris doesn’t need emotions when he can roundhouse kick any problem he has.Chuck Norris can see through two way mirrors, on both sides.The only thing Chuck Norris cannot control, is his roundhouse kicks to the face.

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