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Lost lions located in remote Ethiopia

Lost lions located in remote Ethiopia

A group of up to 200 lions, never seen before by human eyes, has been found in a remote national park in Ethiopia.

According to CNN, Wildlife conservationists from Oxford University in England were able to confirm anecdotal stories of lions living in the Alatash National Park in North West Ethiopia, close to the Sudan border.

The team did not see any lions but were were able to capture clear images of the big cats on night vision cameras and were able to determine they were most likely the rare Central African sub-species.

“Lions are definitely present in Alatash National Park and in Dinder National Park. Lion presence in Alatash has not previously been confirmed in meetings at national or international level,” Hans Bauer, leader of the expedition, said.

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