A wildlife photographer captures three gorgeous lionesses and their eight cubs… Watch the amazing portraits here…

Consider taking family photos! Isn’t it always a burden? You will be in a chaos, especially if you have eight children.

However, take a look at these naturally lined-up, picture-perfect families. These amazing photographs of a pride of three mother lionesses and their eight pups were taken in Tanzania’s Serengeti Loliondo Conservation Area.

The park is home to those magnificent lions. It covers around 12,000 square miles. Serengeti derives its name from the Maasai language and means “endless plains.”

Barbara Fleming took these priceless photos, and she was fortunate enough to control the camera to photograph with all eight cubs peering right into the lens.

The global lion population has declined by 70% since the 1960s. This population decline is mostly attributed to habitat loss and human intrusion in the wild.

But you may enjoy the beautiful family portraits below!

1. Two big yawning!

2. I will look away, take a random shot.

3. Serengeti is a Maasai word that meaning “Endless Plains.”

4. Let me rest for a moment.

5. Be quick kids!

6. Wait a minute! I’m on my way!

7.  Everyone is inside the frame!

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