Invisible Lion Cages

It looks like a lioins has jumped up on the hood of an open vehicle! Look closely, though -it's an illusion, as the front of the car and the passenger area are separated by a sheet of glass. Invisible lion cages are the mane attraction Werribee Open Range Zoo, in Melbourne, Australia. VERY strong glass is used in place of other enclosure types more familiar in zoos - the result is stunning shots of the lions and a unique visitor experience.

This incredible Lions on the Edge exhibit, which puts you just inches from a lion’s jaws, is one of the biggest attractions at the zoo.

Kings of the jungle Tombo and Tonyi are joined by two lionesses in the exhibit. Though it has been open since 2006, the male lions were added just last month - leading to some startling photo opportunities.

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I hate puns. This is also why I get nervous in aquariums. Glass does break and not bend. I don't trust it no longer than I can walk through, look and get the hell out. You won't catch me lion around. :P
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