While i was watching this lion love video, i saw an expression.

I can understand what it tries to tell.
But i am not sure.

What does it mean? Can you help me about bold words?

"A year later they wanted to visit him but were told that he was now the head of his own pride and such as completely wild and would not remember them."

"After many hours of looking for the pride, this is what happened when they finally found the wild lion"
this is the video:
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That means Christian (the lion) is now the dominant lion in his pride.

They bought a cub in Harrods?????? Is this for real???
yeah true story
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Hi, Saltukhan:

Were you confused by the word 'pride'? It means a 'group of lions', not to be confused with the equivalent of Turkish gurur.
Thank you Philip

I discovered it after Ivanhr's message.

I searched the pride in the dictionary.

So i figured it out.

At first i thought it was "gurur"

By the way
its very nice that there is another Turkish speaker here.
Snopes says it's "no word of lie," as they used to say when I was a girl:

http://www.snopes.com/photos/animals/christian.asp
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no word of lie
A True story

Delmobile
whats snopes.com ?

is it always says true?
Snopes.com is a site dedicated to verifying - or exposing as false - "urban legends" and other stories of the kind that these days fly around the world with lightening speed. Snopes' estimate of the veracity of such a story is generally accepted as authoritative.

Check it out someday when you've got plenty of time on your hands - it's easy to get lost there Emotion: smile
http://www.snopes.com /

It would be interesting to see if some of the more ubiquitous stories are being passed around in other countries as well as in the US.
I like the idea

very good
thanks
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