These three sisters were part of the Matata Pride, a uniquely large pride of 17 in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, in 2004. Matata, meaning "trouble" (remember the Lion King song, "Hakuna Matata"? That expression means "no trouble/no worries" - Hakuna = none, Matata = trouble), was an apt name as no prey had a chance against such a united predatory force. The prior night's kill was taken down by the lioness in the center of this image. She was tired and injured and her two sisters were tending to her so affectionately and tenderly; she had a deep gouge out of her left cheek.
The affection shown in lion prides is so "awww" inspiring, but the care and tending to among the lioness sisters is indescribably moving.
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