Lion Tries To Steal A Camera

This is the incredible moment a lion decided he’d had enough of being photographed – and tried to steal a photographer’s CAMERA. The lion and his pride had been followed by a film crew, in Okavango Delta, Botswana, for days – and obviously decided it was time to have his turn behind the camera. The lion broke away from the pride and ran up to the camera – having a good look through the lens before trying to drag the camera and tripod away.

This is the incredible moment a lion decided he'd had enough of being photographed - and tried to steal a photographer's CAMERA. The lion and his pride had been followed by a film crew, in Okavango Delta, Botswana, for days - and obviously decided it was time to have his turn behind the camera. The lion broke away from the pride and ran up to the camera - having a good look through the lens before trying to drag the camera and tripod away.

This is the incredible moment a lion decided he'd had enough of being photographed - and tried to steal a photographer's CAMERA. The lion and his pride had been followed by a film crew, in Okavango Delta, Botswana, for days - and obviously decided it was time to have his turn behind the camera. The lion broke away from the pride and ran up to the camera - having a good look through the lens before trying to drag the camera and tripod away.

This is the incredible moment a lion decided he'd had enough of being photographed - and tried to steal a photographer's CAMERA. The lion and his pride had been followed by a film crew, in Okavango Delta, Botswana, for days - and obviously decided it was time to have his turn behind the camera. The lion broke away from the pride and ran up to the camera - having a good look through the lens before trying to drag the camera and tripod away.

This is the incredible moment a lion decided he'd had enough of being photographed - and tried to steal a photographer's CAMERA. The lion and his pride had been followed by a film crew, in Okavango Delta, Botswana, for days - and obviously decided it was time to have his turn behind the camera. The lion broke away from the pride and ran up to the camera - having a good look through the lens before trying to drag the camera and tripod away.