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The Largest-Ever Lion Relocation Project Required Fierce Coordination and Collaboration

A century ago, some 200,000 lions roamed Africa. Today, there are just 20,000. It's a startling statistic that conservationists Ivan Carter and Mark Haldane have discussed around the campfire numerous times over the course of their long friendship. In 2016, they decided to take action to reverse the dramatic decline
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