<p><b>This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Photos</b></p> <p>This South African lion looks a bit grouchy, but he was actually yawning. His yawning caused a chain reaction of yawns from every member of the pride. Are you yawning yet?</p> <p><i>This photo and caption were submitted to <a href="http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/your-shot/your-shot">Your Shot</a>. Have a great shot? <a href="http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/your-shot/submit">Send it to us</a> for possible publication in</i> National Geographic<i> magazine.</i></p>

Lion, South Africa

This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Photos

This South African lion looks a bit grouchy, but he was actually yawning. His yawning caused a chain reaction of yawns from every member of the pride. Are you yawning yet?

This photo and caption were submitted to Your Shot. Have a great shot? Send it to us for possible publication in National Geographic magazine.

Photograph by Barbara Motter

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