One day, a boy went to the zoo in the eastern Chinese city of Luohe, located in the People’s Park of Luohe in the province of Henan. He noticed the lion was barking.
He pointed it out to his mother. (We so wish we could have overheard that conversation.)
The mother and the boy looked at the sign in front of the cage. It said, “African lion.” Then they looked in the cage. This is what they saw: