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2 Male Lions Roaring In The African Savanna #youtubeZA

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Published on May 28, 2014

Two of the Selati male lions roaring to assert their dominance over the African bush.
Filmed at Idube Game Reserve in South Africa (http://www.idube.com/static)
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The roar pattern is composed of three overall segments - a beginning segment sounding like moaning, a middle segment with low frequency loud tones and a final segment which sounds much like grunting. The lion's roar is familiar to many through its inclusion in the MGM opening sequence. This roar segment consists only of the middle portion of the roar, omitting the first and last portions #zayoutubers #YouTubeSSA #YouTubeZA Follow #nowfilming on social networks for LIVE photo updates

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