Frosty Lion Roar

A male lion gave zoo visitors a FROSTY reception – letting out a ferocious roar captured in freezing cold air. Obviously feeling a bit cranky in the morning, papa lion Ingozi seemed to let his feelings known with a giant bellow. But thanks to the freezing temperatures guests were able to see the full force of his frustrations as his breath hit the air. A giant cloud of hot air formed around his mouth – captured by keen photographer Lisa Kee, 49, at St Louis Zoo in Missouri, USA.

A male lion gave zoo visitors a FROSTY reception - letting out a ferocious roar captured in freezing cold air. Obviously feeling a bit cranky in the morning, papa lion Ingozi seemed to let his feelings known with a giant bellow. But thanks to the freezing temperatures guests were able to see the full force of his frustrations as his breath hit the air. A giant cloud of hot air formed around his mouth - captured by keen photographer Lisa Kee, 49, at St Louis Zoo in Missouri, USA.

A male lion gave zoo visitors a FROSTY reception - letting out a ferocious roar captured in freezing cold air. Obviously feeling a bit cranky in the morning, papa lion Ingozi seemed to let his feelings known with a giant bellow. But thanks to the freezing temperatures guests were able to see the full force of his frustrations as his breath hit the air. A giant cloud of hot air formed around his mouth - captured by keen photographer Lisa Kee, 49, at St Louis Zoo in Missouri, USA.

A male lion gave zoo visitors a FROSTY reception - letting out a ferocious roar captured in freezing cold air. Obviously feeling a bit cranky in the morning, papa lion Ingozi seemed to let his feelings known with a giant bellow. But thanks to the freezing temperatures guests were able to see the full force of his frustrations as his breath hit the air. A giant cloud of hot air formed around his mouth - captured by keen photographer Lisa Kee, 49, at St Louis Zoo in Missouri, USA.

A male lion gave zoo visitors a FROSTY reception - letting out a ferocious roar captured in freezing cold air. Obviously feeling a bit cranky in the morning, papa lion Ingozi seemed to let his feelings known with a giant bellow. But thanks to the freezing temperatures guests were able to see the full force of his frustrations as his breath hit the air. A giant cloud of hot air formed around his mouth - captured by keen photographer Lisa Kee, 49, at St Louis Zoo in Missouri, USA.