National Geographic : 1953 Aug
S.aiionai uLeograpnlc aoclety + Lions Bar the Path of the Author's Car in Kruger National Park South Africa's unfenced Kruger National Park, almost as big as Massachusetts, teems with wildlife (pages 185, 188). Lions, accustomed to cars, often laze in the roads. Haughty males hold their ground as the auto mobile drives slowly toward them. Kodachromles by Gilbert Grosvenor + Leo Walks Away with Regal Dignity; His Friend Is Too Lazy to Move Park lions do not attack automobiles. This drowsy pair, gorged from a recent kill, licked chops and paws and rolled in the dust like house cats. Horn blasts and shouts finally drove them aside. The photographs were made through an open car window.