A lot of people have seen this picture on the Internet:
The story behind it is pretty interesting. In 1731 King Frederick the I of Sweden received a living lion as a gift from the Bey of Algiers. The poor lion lived out its days in a cage at Djurgården in Stockholm and when it finally died the hide together with some of its bones were put in storage.
Some years later a taxidermist was ordered to stuff the animal and put it on display at Gripsholm castle.
The taxidermist however had never seen a living lion and with some of the parts missing he had to wing it.
And that's why the lion looks like it was fetched straight out of some comic book.