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08/21/2013 03:18 pm ET Updated Aug 07, 2015

Lions Cause A Traffic Jam In Kruger National Park

This isn't something you see every day, at least not here in the good ol' U S of A.

It is however, something that seems to be a relatively common occurrence if you're spending some time in Kruger National Park in South Africa. The park is one of Africa's leading game reserves and known for its up-close-and-personal encounters with wildlife.

On this particular day, park visitors made their way to the Crocodile River Gate exit and found not one but two massive lions having a seat right in the middle of the road, because why not, right?

Instagram user @clarkend snapped a photo of the likely alpha pair casually plopped down in the middle of the road. Perhaps we are out of practice being so close to such large felines, but wouldn't one want to at least roll up their car windows, just in case? Maybe that's just us.

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