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The majestic Lion Brothers trio pose for the camera in stunning snaps

THESE ARE three lions resting while these brothers take it easy in the sunshine.

Samburu, Shenzis and Shomba are constant companions at the GG Conservation Sanctuary in Free State, Central South Africa.

Three lion brothers take it easy in the South African sunshine

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Three lion brothers take it easy in the South African sunshine
Samburu, Shenzis and Shomba are constant companions at the GG Conservation Sanctuary in Free State, Central South Africa

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Samburu, Shenzis and Shomba are constant companions at the GG Conservation Sanctuary in Free State, Central South Africa

They were photographed by photographer Simon Needham.

He said: “They are very affectionate towards one another – but just like other brothers, they can be lively.”

“When people see my photos of the three, I get an overwhelming response that they are amazed to see three like this pretty lions together and so comfortable with each other.

“It’s so heartwarming to see them hanging out like that.

“They are very lucky lions.”

Male lions often form groups with each other when they are not competing for mating rights or fighting for their own pride.

They are often pushed out of their pride as they become sexually mature.

These groups of males can hunt together and fend off attacks from individual males or entire packs.

They were photographed by photographer Simon Needham

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They were photographed by photographer Simon Needham

https://www.the-sun.com/news/5067622/trio-lion-brothers-south-africa/ The majestic Lion Brothers trio pose for the camera in stunning snaps

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