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NAIROBI
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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
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