Jul 10, 2017
Lions escape from South Africa's Kruger National Park
South African wildlife rangers are searching for four male lions that escaped from a national park. The lions escaped from Kruger National Park on Sunday night and were last seen in the village of Matsulu, South African National Parks said in a statement. It is not yet clear how the lions escaped from the park, which is largely fenced off. Kruger National Park is one of the biggest game reserves in Africa, covering an area of 7,523 sq miles. The latest escape comes after five lions broke out of the same park in May. Four of them were caught but the fifth is still unaccounted for.
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