Lions sleep on tar roads as people lockdown in their houses (photos)
A national park in South Africa, Kruger National Park, has shared a picture of a pride of lions taking over tracks that are normally used by tourists.
According to the tweet made by the park on Wednesday, April 15, the lions are usually in Kempiana Contractual Park, an area that is not visible to tourists who come to the area.
BBC reports that like other places in the country, the park has been shut to the public as directed by the South African government to curtail the spread of coronavirus.
See their tweet below: