Forget line dancing – here’s lion dancing! Lions are mane attraction as they appear to dance

These lions clearly love being the MANE attraction as they appear to be LION dancing.

The pair rose high on their hind legs, pressing paws on one another similar to that of a waltz.

The lions - who appear to be dancing - were initially playing

The lions – who appear to be dancing – were initially playing

Keen photographer Danny Sullivan captured the hilarious moment in the Samburu National Park, Kenya.

Amazed Danny, from Los Angeles in California, USA, couldn’t believe his luck after capturing the well-timed shot.

The lions had initially been playing, before deciding to jump at each other, which allowed Danny, 53, to capture the moment.

The frivolous lions decided to jump at each other

The frivolous lions decided to jump at each other

He said: “I captured the shot as the lions charged and jumped at each other.

“I didn’t know I’d caught the dance until we got back to camp – I was thrilled to have captured them dancing.

“Lions are such beautiful animals – I want people to be able to see the lions in the wild where they should be able to roam free.”

Photographer Danny Sullivan, who captured the hilarious moment, said: "I didn't know I'd caught the dance until we got back to camp - I was thrilled to have captured them dancing."

Photographer Danny Sullivan, who captured the hilarious moment, said: “I didn’t know I’d caught the dance until we got back to camp – I was thrilled to have captured them dancing.”