At Antelope Park, Gweru, Zimbabwe, a dozen journalists take two cats for a walk, actually two lions. Laili and Lewa, barely one year old cubs but already weighing nearly 200 pounds each, play like kittens as they roll around on the ground, licking and nipping each other.
The African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT), a non-profit founded at Antelope Park, actively pursues a four-stage method to stem the rapid decline of these roaming majestic cats. In less than 30 years, the population of wild African lions has decreased an estimated 85% from 200,000 to 30,000.
The mission incurs tremendous costs and funding is dependent on donations, volunteers and the income generated by guests at Antelope Park Lodge.
You can read my article at…
Antelope Park, Zimbabwe: When ALERT is Being Alive
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4 thoughts on “Antelope Park, Zimbabwe: When ALERT is Being Alive”
oh, absolutely fantastic shots Marc!!
Brilliant bit of video Marc…glad to have had the pleasure of experiencing it with you first hand,
Very informative post, thank you for sharing this with us!
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