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A videograb shows a lioness strolling in the streets of Damascus.
Gulf Today Report
In an extremely unusual or rather vague situation, a few Syrian men were spotted taking a stroll in the busy streets of Damascus with a lioness.
On what seems like just another busy day in Damascus with people swiftly walking about and vehicles bustling around the corners, a passerby on camera captured this unusual situation.
The wild cat was seen so comfortable and chilled out in the company of the men it accompanied, that it was hard to tell if it was really out of its zone.
There was no chaos or running away after people spotted the lioness, the whole ambience seemed calm and composed, making the lioness feel welcomed in their company.
Amidst all the chaos this world is facing there are very few things that take people by surprise, but this one surely tops the list.
Maybe this is a sign that it's about time we gave the wild living amidst us due credit for all its glory.
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