“If the lion will come”: the Presenter of the program “Vremya” said, she’s going to bed whistle

Ekaterina Andreeva showed quite interesting shots of their personal life on video.

«Если лев придет»: Ведущая программы «Время» рассказала, зачем ей в кровати свисток

Recently the presenter of the program “Time” Ekaterina Andreeva poisoned in Africa to observe the wildlife and exotic animals. The trip is very risky but provide the safety of experienced guides. Andreev lives in a “village” in the form of well-equipped tents in the middle of the Savannah, and in a new video the star showed off exclusive footage of how it works. So, the leader told, she’s going to bed need a whistle: “If overnight you come to the lion whistle, and he will flee, and you will save. Probably.”

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And if a lion ????coming ? And you whistle louder! And he will go away then? Well, who knows! But you whistle! ???? In fact,this whistle is not for lion,it for people-so they ran more,if suddenly will be in the tent too????.And that’s not to shiver under a blanket with a heating pad,you can whistle ,that is urine. I have over 12 years of travel to Africa has never whistled.To me this story is reminiscent of uncle Stepa -the militiaman,but it just wasn’t enough????And so ,without Uncle Stepan ,romantic,night,tent,the sounds of the Savannah,in the morning all happily discuss that their tent came a Hippo or a lion, and somewhere near the nozzles or growled.In General,all satisfied and happy ,and in Africa people are timid and do not go on ,and then they Step Uncles and whistles will not save enough ???? #Africa #cool #travel #camp #tent #tourism #tourist #tourists #createposition #tanzania #camp #camping #wildcamping #camplife #campinglife #bush #africa #hakunamatata #traveling #travelblogger #instatravel #traveler #semipermanente #kateproductionпредставляет

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In the caption to the video Andreeva notes that in fact Leo may not be frightened, but people-guards exactly on the whistle to come running. Itself leading in 12 years traveling around the African continent has never whistled. In addition, according to Andreeva, when wild animals do come close to the tent, the tourists usually don’t whistle, and loudly discussing them and happy, if Leo snorted or growled. “In Africa people are timid, and do not go”, – said the leader.

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