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Lions to roar again in Malawi at Liwonde National Park thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio
The Liwonde National Park, one of the Malawi’s wildlife reserves managed by African Parks will soon see the return of lions thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio and the Lion Recovery Fund.
The fund was created by Wildlife Conservation Network and Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation to protect lions and their ecosystems across Africa.
The exercise comes after the African Parks completed the Africa’s largest elephant translocation project in history, which saw 500 elephants being relocated from Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Parks to Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve.
Source: Nyasa Times