August 11, 2015

World Lion Day: Some Stunning Images Of The King Of The Jungle



In honour of World Lion Day, photographer, guide and predator expert Paul Goldstein has selected some of his favourite images of the endangered animals.

Wimbledon-based Paul has spent years studying and photographing lions. The photographs were taken at the Olare and Mara North Conservancies and in the Reserve, in Kenya.

More pictures and information at the link below.

With many thanks to The Telegraph

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