Good news for the lions kept in the captivity. The students of Strathclyde University have developed a robot named ‘LionDrover’ which has got Zebra strips and it can give lions kept in captivity a joy of chasing and hunting their prey. Serengeti is far in Africa to see lions chase and hunt their prey but now you can see that in your local safari. The robot can attain the speed of 30KPH and it is hoped It is hoped that the LionDrover, which was launched at Blair Drummond Safari Park in Stirlingshire, will encourage hunting behavior only seen on the African plains. The original concept was the brainchild of Stirling University psychology graduate Mark Kingston Jones, who will spend a year using the LionDrover to continue a research project on social and predatory behavior. Gary Gilmourm, manager of Blair Drummond, said: "The LionDrover has in many ways brought the Serengeti to Stirling, which makes for a more authentic life for the lions and a more authentic experience for our visitors." There are six more that will be manufactured and delivered to places where lions have been kept in captivity.