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I find it really amusing that he does not realise that a male lion (or just lion) is a tad hairier than a lioness
Also, the term "lion" is unisex when referring to the animal alone. If you want to refer to a particular female lion, you can say "lioness" instead of "female lion."
You wouldn't look at a pride of lions and say, "there's a bunch of lions and lionesses."
My comment was directed at the fact that the youtuber put "him/her" in the comment when the lion is clearly a lioness. I know that lions are collectively known as, well, lions.
Edit; Just to add, in case you hadn't realised, realise (and realised, organise, maximise, synchronise, etc) is spelt with an 's' over here. The 'z' is the American version of it.
The British way!
And New Zealand.
And basically the way of any country with writes in the style of English (UK) not English (US)
Americans like to butcher the English language.
It makes you feel less part of us.
I think it was more or less another way of Rebelling against you guys, saying that we are our own people, and that we don't need your traditions, that or I'm over analyzing this, and it's just a coincidence.
It makes me laugh though. At least we're consistent with our odd spellings :D
And they can't pronounce aluminium
Alu, Mini, um
I love how the comments above me are arguing about the sex of the lion given the context of a lion trying to eat a baby.
And that's why we love it here.
And realise vs realize ;p
I would LOVE to see part two.