Filya the lion was feeling extra friendly.
Tourists at the Taigan Safari Park in Crimea got a little bit closer to nature than they can expect after a lion jumped in their open car, and began to lick at it, and to climb over a number of them — only a few weeks after a woman was torn apart and hurt by another lion in the same park.
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In the incredible video, the loose, the lion, Filya, is to see climb into the safari car and rubbed her face on tourists and even the licking of some.
Oleg Zubkov, the park of the owner, stayed close while the lion climbed over the tourists in the car.
Oleg Zubkov, the owner of the park and lion tamer, watched the two-year-old animal walked over to the startled tourists who like the fast warm up of the wild predator.
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The tourists took selfies and captured video of the creature on their phones if Zubkov held in the holes and gave a funny narration of the course of the event.
The safari park is well-known for offering up-close and personal views of the lions — a policy that landed the jungle park in the problems only eight weeks ago, when a woman who was attacked by a lion named Vitya.
Olga Solomina was the visit of the park, when she said: “[the lion] bit by my right arm and drag me like a puppet,” the Daily Mail reported.
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“I thought I was torn apart. Oleg Zubkov was there to see me plaster on the wound,” she said, the Daily Mail reported. “It was bleeding. He then went with me to the park medical point.”
Zubkov told the lion’s mind for the fun of tourists.
Although Solomina threatened a lawsuit against the park, Zubkov defends his park practices.
“It was my mistake not to realize that they had cognac for entering — maybe because she was scared,” he said, the Daily Mail reported. “They came in and started ruffling the lion’s mane. Vitya, the lion came close to her and pulled her away by her arm.”
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The tourists attracted to the incredible images on their phones and cameras.
“She was not pulled vigorously in the park. They knew that this was a dangerous site,” he continued. “They got the health and safety instructions and entered voluntarily. I am happy to say that the days after the incident, Olga was feel good.”
Alexandra Deabler is a Lifestyle writer and editor for Fox News.