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The first lioness padded silently out of the long grass and surveyed the clearing.

She was the exact colour of the dried grass and, standing still, was almost invisible. She moved forward, and two younger lions emerged behind her. Three cubs tumbled out in a playful mass of fur, and still more kept coming...

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