Jun 7, 2019
Kruger National Park: 14 lions on the loose in South Africa
A group of 14 lions has been spotted roaming near a mine in north-east South Africa, prompting warnings from local officials. The pride was seen near Phalaborwa Foskor mine, just west of Kruger National Park near the Mozambique border. Kruger National Park is one of the biggest game reserves in Africa, covering an area of 19,485 sq km. The area is largely fenced off, and it is unclear how the lions left the park. News of the lions on the loose comes the day after a leopard at Kruger National Park killed a two-year-old boy.
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