Seven Lions return to Akagera National Park Featured

From top left: Two lionesses photographed in the boma and during their release. The offloading of the lions using a crane on Tuesday night. From top left: Two lionesses photographed in the boma and during their release. The offloading of the lions using a crane on Tuesday night. African Parks.

The African Parks in conjunction with the Rwandan Development Board has successfully ` translocated seven Lions from South Africa into Akagera National Park in Rwanda.

 

The Lions arrived safely late on Tuesday night. They were immediately released into a specially erected 1,000m² boma in the park, the perimeter of which includes a three-metre high, chain-linked electrified fence.

 

 

The two males and five females are being quarantined in the boma for a minimum of 14 days, after which they will be released into the wilderness of the park.

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