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BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB0EX
March 18, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSAVON
March 17, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSAVOG
March 17, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSAVOF
March 17, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSAVOD
March 17, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSAVOC
March 17, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSAVOB
March 17, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSAVNP
March 17, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSAVNN
March 17, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits the new Asiatic lion enclosure at London Zoo, March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3MD
April 04, 2015
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara,...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara,...
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen after a naming ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa


SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3MC
April 04, 2015
One of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named...
Bojnice, Slovakia
One of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named...
One of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, during a naming ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa

SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3M8
April 04, 2015
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara with...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara with...
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara with their mother named Gina, are seen after a naming ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa

SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3M7
April 04, 2015
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named...
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, plays with a ball after a naming ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa



SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3M6
April 04, 2015
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named...
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, tastes a meat cake after a naming ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa

SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3M3
April 04, 2015
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara,...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara,...
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, play with ball after a naming ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa



SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3LQ
April 04, 2015
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara,...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara,...
Two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen after a naming ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa



SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3LP
April 04, 2015
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named...
Ono of two fourteen-week old Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, plays with a ball after a naming ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa

SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W3AC
April 04, 2015
Two fourteen-week old lion cubs, a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen during a Christening...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Ramzes and Zara are seen during a Christening ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo
Two fourteen-week old lion cubs, a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen during a Christening ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. The two cubs are Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), local media reported. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa
SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W39Y
April 04, 2015
Two fourteen-week old lion cubs, a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen with godparents...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Ramzes and Zara are seen with Strculova and Meciar at Bojnice Zoo
Two fourteen-week old lion cubs, a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen with godparents TV host Dana Strculova (3rd L) and Jan Meciar (3rd R) during a Christening ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. The two cubs are Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), local media reported. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa



SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W39D
April 04, 2015
Two fourteen-week old lion cubs, a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen with godparents...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Ramzes and Zara, are seen with godparents Strculova and Meciar during a Christening ceremony at the Bojnice...
Two fourteen-week old lion cubs, a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen with godparents TV host Dana Strculova (L) and Jan Meciar (R) during a Christening ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. The two cubs are Barbary lions (Panthera leo leo), local media reported. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa

SLOVAKIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4W37B
April 04, 2015
Two fourteen-week old lion cubs, a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen with their mother,...
Bojnice, Slovakia
Ramzes and Zara are seen with their mother at Bojnice Zoo
Two fourteen-week old lion cubs, a male named Ramzes and a female named Zara, are seen with their mother, Gina, after a Christening ceremony at the Bojnice Zoo April 4, 2015. The two cubs are Barbary (Panthera leo leo) lions, local media reported. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa
PAKISTAN/
RTR350OO
July 17, 2012
A male South African white lion sits in an enclosure after his arrival at Karachi Zoological Garden July...
Karachi, Pakistan
A male South African white lion sits in an enclosure after his arrival at Karachi Zoological Garden
A male South African white lion sits in an enclosure after his arrival at Karachi Zoological Garden July 17, 2012. A pair of Bengal tiger and white lion was unveiled to the public during a ceremony on Tuesday, Pakistan's Express News reported. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: ANIMALS)
RUSSIA/
RTR2W54C
January 11, 2012
African white lions female Agata (C) and male Almaz (R), both aged one year and a half, and Khan, a 2-year-old...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
African white lions Agata and Almaz, and Khan, a Bengali white tiger look out from their open-air cage...
African white lions female Agata (C) and male Almaz (R), both aged one year and a half, and Khan, a 2-year-old male Bengali white tiger look out from their open-air cage at the Royev Ruchey zoo in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, January 11, 2012. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2W53N
January 11, 2012
African white lions female Agata (L) and male Almaz , both aged one year and a half, walk in their open-air...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
African white lions female Agata and male Almaz , both aged one year and a half, walk in their open-air...
African white lions female Agata (L) and male Almaz , both aged one year and a half, walk in their open-air cage at the Royev Ruchey zoo in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, January 11, 2012. The lions were bought in South Africa and delivered to Siberia about a year ago, according to the zoo representatives. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTXW2OS
December 29, 2010
Iblis, an Asiatic lion plays with a recycled Christmas tree in his enclosure at Chester Zoo, northern...
Chester, United Kingdom
Iblis, an Asiatic lion plays with a recycled Christmas tree in his enclosure at Chester Zoo
Iblis, an Asiatic lion plays with a recycled Christmas tree in his enclosure at Chester Zoo, northern England December 29, 2010. The Zoo has been using unsold Christmas trees given to them by a local supplier as part of their animal enrichment programme. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTR29TCW
February 04, 2010
One of two ten-week-old Asiatic Lion cubs explores its outside enclosure for the first time at London...
London, United Kingdom
One of two ten-week-old Asiatic Lion cubs explores its outside enclosure for the first time at London...
One of two ten-week-old Asiatic Lion cubs explores its outside enclosure for the first time at London Zoo August 13, 2009. The two cubs are the first to be born at the zoo for over ten years to their mother Abi who was the last cub to be born at the zoo in 1999. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1UIKH
October 02, 2007
A lion (Panthera Leo) rests at the National Zoo in Managua October 2, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)...
Managua, Nicaragua
A lion rests at the National Zoo in Managua
A lion (Panthera Leo) rests at the National Zoo in Managua October 2, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
SPAIN/
RTR1SMH0
August 08, 2007
A Barbary Lion drinks water inside its cage at Madrid's zoo August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)...
Madrid, Spain
A Barbary Lion drinks water inside its cage at Madrid's zoo
A Barbary Lion drinks water inside its cage at Madrid's zoo August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1SMGC
August 08, 2007
A Barbary Lion yawns inside its enclosure at Madrid's zoo August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)...
Madrid, Spain
A Barbary Lion yawns inside its enclosure at Madrid's zoo
A Barbary Lion yawns inside its enclosure at Madrid's zoo August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1RI3H
July 05, 2007
A lion, a Leon Africano (Panthera Leo), eats a meal in a zoological park in Managua July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo...
Managua, Nicaragua
A lion eats in a zoo in Managua
A lion, a Leon Africano (Panthera Leo), eats a meal in a zoological park in Managua July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
LIONS
RTXOFTH
March 24, 2006
Two African lions (Panthera Leo) roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve March 23, 2006....
Maasai Mara, Kenya
Two African lions (Panthera Leo) roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve March 23, 200.....
Two African lions (Panthera Leo) roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve March 23, 2006. The lions' mating take place at most times of the year when the dominant male and the female in heat leave the pride and mate every 15-30 minutes for several days in a row. Picture taken March 23, 2006.
KENYA
RTR17L1K
March 24, 2006
Two African lions (Panthera Leo) roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve March 23, 2006....
Maasai Mara, Kenya
Two African lions roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve
Two African lions (Panthera Leo) roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve March 23, 2006. The lions' mating take place at most times of the year when the dominant male and the female in heat leave the pride and mate every 15-30 minutes for several days in a row. Picture taken March 23, 2006. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
KENYA
RTR17L1G
March 24, 2006
Two African lions (Panthera Leo) roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve March 23, 2006....
Maasai Mara, Kenya
Two African lions roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve
Two African lions (Panthera Leo) roar while mating in Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve March 23, 2006. The lions' mating take place at most times of the year when the dominant male and the female in heat leave the pride and mate every 15-30 minutes for several days in a row. Picture taken March 23, 2006. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
SRI LANKA
RTRL5WX
August 21, 2005
An African lion resting August 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/AD/CN
Colombo, Sri Lanka
An African lion resting.
An African lion resting August 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/AD/CN
SRI LANKA
RTRL5WR
August 21, 2005
African lions resting August 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adeel Halim PP05080208 AH/AD/CN
Colombo, Sri Lanka
African lions resting.
African lions resting August 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adeel Halim PP05080208 AH/AD/CN
SRI LANKA
RTRL5WL
August 21, 2005
African lions resting. August 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/AD/CN
Colombo, Sri Lanka
African lions resting.
African lions resting. August 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/AD/CN
LIONS
RTXMXRJ
September 27, 2004
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN JUL04 - A lion cub is seen walking in the grass at Nairobi animal orphanage in Kenya...
Nairobi, Kenya
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN JUL04 - A lion cub is seen walking in the grass at Nairobi animal orphanage in Ke.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN JUL04 - A lion cub is seen walking in the grass at Nairobi animal orphanage in Kenya in this July 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal.
LIONS
RTXMXRI
September 27, 2004
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - Two lions are seen resting in the shadow of a tree in Kenya's national park...
Nairobi, Kenya
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - Two lions are seen resting in the shadow of a tree in Kenya's national pa.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - Two lions are seen resting in the shadow of a tree in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004.
KENYA
RTXMXRH
September 27, 2004
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - A lion is seen passing in front of a zebra in Kenya's national park Masai...
Nairobi, Kenya
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - A lion is seen passing in front of a zebra in Kenya's national park Masai.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - A lion is seen passing in front of a zebra in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004.
LIONS
RTXMXRG
September 27, 2004
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - A lion rests in in the shadow of a bush in Kenya's national park Masai Mara...
Nairobi, Kenya
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - A lion rests in in the shadow of a bush in Kenya's national park Masai Ma.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN MAR04 - A lion rests in in the shadow of a bush in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004.
NAIROBI
RTRBW6Q
September 27, 2004
A lion cub is seen walking in the grass at Nairobi animal orphanage in Kenya in this July 2004 file photo....
Nairobi, Kenya
To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS.
A lion cub is seen walking in the grass at Nairobi animal orphanage in Kenya in this July 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/
NAIROBI
RTRBW6J
September 27, 2004
A lion cub is seen on the shoulder of a keeper at Nairobi animal orphanage in Kenya in this July 2004...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS.
A lion cub is seen on the shoulder of a keeper at Nairobi animal orphanage in Kenya in this July 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/THI
NAIROBI
RTRBW6C
September 27, 2004
A lion rests in in the shadow of a bush in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo....
Nairobi, Kenya
To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS.
A lion rests in in the shadow of a bush in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004. FEATURE MATCHER REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/THI
NAIROBI
RTRBW66
September 27, 2004
Two lions are seen resting in the shadow of a tree in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS.
Two lions are seen resting in the shadow of a tree in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004. FEATURE MATCHER REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/THI
NAIROBI
RTRBW5N
September 27, 2004
A lion is seen walking in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS.
A lion is seen walking in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004. FEATURE MATCHER REUTERS/Radu Sigheti NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE RSS/THI
ENVIRONMENT CITES LIONS
RTRBW5G
September 27, 2004
A lion is seen passing in front of a zebra in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS.
A lion is seen passing in front of a zebra in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004. FEATURE-MATCHER REUTERS/Radu Sigheti NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE RSS/THI
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