The Sukkot holiday is already in full swing, and in the Jewish state, it turns out that not only humans are enjoying the shade of their sukkah and paying attention to the fine print of the thatched roof. In the Safari's savannah reserve in Ramat Gan, one of the lionesses has been seen gathering a few branches, not to shield herself from the scorching sun, but simply to create an improvised leafy carpet to enjoy some of the cool breeze that has graced the Holy Land in recent days.
The Lioness Presents
The lioness in the safari presents: this is also a way to use s'chach
During the Sukkot holiday, a safari lioness found a special use for a few branches. Unlike humans, she decided to use them for resting instead of shielding herself from the sun
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