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BLOG December 8, 2016

Rip roaring facts about the African lion (Infographic)

Commonly referred to as the king of the jungle, Lions combine beauty with strength, and this makes them one of the most majestic animals in the world. The combination of brains and brawn means that they’re experts when it comes to raising their families, marking their territories, hunting and socialising.

However, despite their commanding presence, Lions are considered to be vulnerable due to hunting, habitat loss and diseases.

In this infographic we‘ve collated a number of interesting facts about lions, and we’ve also explained how you can get involved and make a difference to its conservation status.

Lion Facts

Facts About Lions Infographic

At African Conservation Experience we work closely with lions, from conservation work to tracking and monitoring, rehabilitation and so much more.

If you’re interested in lion conservation work in Africa, you can start your adventure today and find the perfect lion conservation project for you by taking a look at the options below:

Lion Conservation Experience

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Want to gain veterinary experience? Why not conduct field research or help with predator conservation?

The Lion Conservation Experience is a project that lasts for twelve days. You’ll learn about everything from the management of captive predator populations to tracking and monitoring, veterinary care and much more.

Learn more about the Lion Conservation Experience and how you can get involved by clicking the button below.

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Phinda Wildlife Research Project

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Get stuck in at a big five safari reserve and work with some top field researchers.

The Phinda Wildlife Research Project will allow you to work alongside the conservation research team, monitoring wildlife, conducting behavioural studies and analysing lion movements and management.

Learn more about the Phinda Wildlife Research Project and how you can get involved by clicking the button below.

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