You probably feel you have much in common with lions - but women are relating hard with this lioness who grew a mane.
An 18-year-old lioness named Bridget (aw) bemused Oklahoma City Zoo (OKC) scientists and zoologists in 2017 when she started sporting a furrier look.
Spoiler: she looks great.
They found that the concentration of some hormones found in Bridget's adrenal gland, the endocrine organ the regulates body systems, were too high - specifically cortisol, which regulates metabolism and the immune system, and androstenodione, which is the precursor to estrogen and testosterone.
The spike in Bridget's hormones probably comes from a small, benign tumour resting on the adrenal gland. But the tumour isn't expected to affect her too much - and her mane will probably stick around.
People related hard.