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Photo by @stevewinterphoto | Lions are roaring in Liwonde National Park in Malawi after decades of being extinct thanks to the work of @AfricanParksNetwork , the Malawian Government, @LionRecovery , @leonardodicapriofdn and @leonardodicaprio
Liwonde National Park was recently on the verge of collapse just 3 years ago -the park was overrun with poaching and more wire snares existed in the park than large animals. But in 2015, @AfricanParksNetwork assumed management of the park on behalf of the Government, and immediately got to work training and outfitting their Ranger unit, preventing poaching, removing almost 30,000 snares, and making the park safe for nature's return. In 2017 they reintroduced cheetahs, and just as of August 16th, they reintroduced lions to restore this iconic species to the park, and help balance natural systems by bringing back critically needed predators. This population is expected to triple in the next few years - and will be supplemented with individuals from other parks African Parks manages in Malawi to ensure for a healthy genepool - as well as help with tourism to the park, benefiting the surrounding local communities. There are fewer than 20,000 lions left in Africa, down from 200,000 just 100 years ago - and their long-term future remains in question: they are threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation, lack of prey, unsustainable hunting and now poaching for their skins, bones, claws and other body parts. But projects like these show how with determination, political will, community support, and simply envisioning a better future, we can bring this species back as well as protect our last wild landscapes, benefiting both wildlife and people, and creating a better existence for all. To learn more about this project and other inspiring conservation stories from across Africa, please follow @AfricanParksNetwork @LionRecovery @leonardodicapriofdn and @leonardodicaprio






some good news. thankful for that. There is so much activity in this shot, so many birds and animals off in the distant.


I would love to visit africas wildlife one day


I love the way the lion kings conduct their pride lands. They teach them they are the boss lolll love the boss


Молодцы что такое снимаете ставлю и я вам лайк




@memechy what those teeth can do.




@cpd_bodybuilding how Tinks feels with her hair tie


@kellbellegb I thought I did educate. However though your head is big it seems its quite hollow on the inside. Reread my statement, then if the emptiness still remains void message me back; then I may do a drawing to explain it more simply to you. SMH x2


“Mine “


تنازع بقا


Uncle ? Is that you ?


مكسور الصح


سکس چت بیا


yapcak bişiy yok


En güncel, en kaliteli ayakkabı modelleri için sayfamıza bir göz atabilirsiniz..


Take ur time big king


I understand that it is the Chinese using these body parts.


Uygun fiyata saç ekimini özel hastahanemizde yapıyoruz 445ec




En güncel, en kaliteli ayakkabı modelleri için sayfamıza bir göz atabilirsiniz..


Cc😊 je suis nouvelle sur insta




So! you forgot the vegetables again?


You are everything to me and I will do anything it takes to prove that I am still who you fell in love with. I know the trip didn't go as planned. We talked about that when you were here. I know you saw some things in me that you didn't like or want. But I understand now that these were issues for you. I didn't know you felt so strongly about these things. I will make the changes necessary to prove myself to you. All I am asking for is another chance.

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