The real scar: one-eyed lion whose battle scars resemble the character of Lion King, can be seen in Masai Mara National Park in Kenya
- Photographer Fabrizio Bignotti saw Benna the one-eyed lion in Kenya
- Man was wounded in a fight with another lion and lost his left eye
- Despite his horrific injury, Bignotti said the lion & # 39; very sweet & # 39; used to be
A one-eyed lion that was injured on the side of his face, just like the villain in Disney & # 39; s Lion King, was seen in Kenya.
Amateur photographer Fabrizio Bignotti from Milan, Italy, toured the Maasai Mara National Park when he met the lion Benna.
Some have compared Benna to Scar – the villain of Lion King of Disney – who was also injured on the left side of his face.
Photographer Fabrizio Bignotti from Milan, Italy, was touring the Maasai Mara in Kenya when he came across Benna, the one-eyed lion
Benna lost his left eye in a brutal battle with a rival, making many compared him to Scar of Disney & # 39; s Lion King, who was also wounded on the left side of the face
Bignotti said that despite his injuries, Benna & # 39; very sweet & # 39; is
Mr. Bignotti, 55, said: “He is a crazy lion, but he is very sweet.
& # 39; He lost one eye because of a brutal fight.
& # 39; Many people think that male lions lead an easy life because the lionesses provide the food. People think they sit and sleep all day, and sometimes they do.
& # 39; But most of the time they patrol to defend their territory and protect pride – I remember that this particular pride had seven cubs and two lionesses.
& # 39; The males end up fighting with other lions that the lionesses want to take with them. & # 39;
Disney & # 39; s live action remake of the 1994 film debuted at the cinema on Friday and dominated the checkout by collecting £ 350 million worldwide at the weekend.
Even if he misses one eye, Mr. Bignotti said that Benna can still protect his pride from predators, which is the most important role of a man
Mr. Bignotti said that Benna & # 39; s pride has seven cubs and two lionesses that need to be protected, with the role of the man in this as the key
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