First we have this happy-looking lion, with hypodermic needles poking from his mane:
Next we have this equally chipper peacock, with more syringes sticking out:
I personally find these kind of strange. I mean, they look like something from a children's book written by heroin junkies. Or ads for a REALLY off-Broadway "Lion King" production:
Scar: "Hey Simba, you want to share needles?"
Simba: "No, Uncle! The future king of Pride Rock knows better! Kids, remember to never share needles!"
I have NO CLUE what the artist was trying to say:
"Order our vaccines: They'll be delivered by friendly animals with uncapped needles pointing in random directions!"
"Our vaccines are super-hygienic. At least, as hygienic as they can be after being glued to wild animals."
"We take your health seriously. Our advertising, not-so-much."
"This was failed 1969 album cover artwork, and we bought the rights."
"Our ads make more sense after you've self-injected the syringe."
"Cute animals! Sharp objects! Bring the whole family!"
Thank you, Jamie!