- A heartwarming video shows a toddler kissing a lion through a glass partition at a zoo in Australia
- The lion watched with curiosity as the toddler smilingly kissed the animal through the glass partition
- An adult, who obviously recorded the video, could be heard telling the young child to tell the wild animal goodbye
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A video has emerged on social media in which a toddler could be seen kissing a lion through a glass partition at a zoo in Australia.
In the video that was shared on Twitter by The Sun, the lion could be seen watching curiously as the young child gave it a kiss through the glass partition at Perth Zoo.
The person behind the camera could be heard telling the child to tell the lion goodbye, which the toddler obliged to.
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The video has captured children's innocence and pure hearts, which they often exhibit to the admiration of adults.
Tweeps, however, took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts about the video.
A Twitter user with the handle @qliq wrote: "And the lioness is thinking, “why is there glass between me and dinner?”
Another user with the handle @steveashfield wrote: "Who would gladly tear him to pieces if given the chance."
@ileananicolari1 wrote: "Would it be interesting to know what had captured the attention of the female lion, she is not paying attention to the toddler."
In other news, a video of a group of baby pigs trying to save a fish went viral on social media and got people talking about how compassionate animals could be.
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There is no doubt that animals are compassionate and they go out of their way to help one another, the viral video has further proven it.
In the video, the baby pigs found a fish lying lifeless on the floor and they used their snouts to push it into a nearby river.
The baby pigs were aware of the fact that fish were created to survive in water and not on land, and when they found it on the latter, they wasted no time to push it back to where it belonged.
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