Cute – but endangered – The Lions of Gir
- Dear Wildlife & Nature Lovers,I found an interesting article, so I thought I'd share!
A small teak forest in India’s western state of Gujarat is home to some of the last wild Asiatic lions in this world. And yes, you read that right – lions.
Not many people know about these lions and when I decided to go there to work on a personal project about endangered wildlife in India I was often asked if I wasn’t mistaken, and was thinking maybe about the better known Bengal tigers...For story in detail, please visit: http://girasiaticlion.blogspot.com/ -An English language blog.For news in Gujarati language, please visit: http://girasiaticliongujarati.blogspot.com/-Kamlesh Adhiya
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- 06-12-2012Cute – but endangered – The Lions of GirNews WatchAfter having spent an amazing time in the vicinity of this incredible animal, I only hope that the right people will change their mind and give these lions a chance, so that we once again can see them roam freely as they should – Uri Golman