New Lion Crossing Sign Artwork for Lion Gifts Store Enthusiasts
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Lions are native to the Serengeti plains of Africa however Lion Crossing Signs can be found anywhere in the world. With their trademark mane hair the Lion Crossing Sign features new artwork featuring the Lions face with mane. Animal Crossing Signs like the Lion at made in the USA of durable aluminum the new Lion Crossing Sign is designed for outdoor use and comes with a prepunched hole for ease of hanging on a fence, post, tree or any other required location. Since the main focus of the Lion Crossing Sign is the new Lion artwork the Lion sign is also perfect for display inside on any wall or door. Although Lions are native to Africa, Lions can be found throughout America at zoos and at homes where actual homeowners take care of their own pet lion. For zoos the Lion Crossing Sign can educate visitors that they are quickly approaching the Lion habitat. For people who actually own a lion the lion sign acts as a real life or death warning to unwary visitors to the area that a real lion encounter is possible and that one definitely in the vicinity. For Lion Gifts Store lover enthusiasts with their own lion lovers lair featuring plush stuffed animals, figurines, blanket throw tapestries and other lion theme collectibles the lion crossing sign can act as a friendly warning that they are in the midst of a lion lover. For schools or universities that already use the lion as a mascot, the lion crossing sign can be hung on the walls and doors of building or throughout campus to show promote school spirit. Teachers can also utilize the Lion Crossing Sign to help set the mood for exiting education and imaginary adventures to the African Serengeti where man is not the top of the food chain. Of course for Leo Lion Zodiac gift ideas the Lion Crossing Sign or any of the Lion gifts store items make exceptional options.
Lion Crossing Sign Article by Steve Forrest Writer Video Photography
Lion Crossing Sign Photo by Steve Forrest Writer VideoPhotography