Just Released Online: BBC Wildlife Magazine Article on India’s Last Lions by Panthera’s President, Dr. Luke Hunter
Read an article on India's Last Lions by Panthera's President & lion expert, Dr. Luke Hunter, which was published in the March edition of BBC Wildlife Magazine & just posted online. Learn about the world’s only remaining population of 300-400 wild Asiatic lions secluded to India’s Gir Forest (see map below), the rise and fall of the Asiatic lion over the centuries, and the current human-lion conflicts that threaten the survival of the species today. Also read Dr. Hunter’s reflections on what may represent the only hope for the future of the Asiatic lion.
Learn about Panthera’s work to save the fewer than 3,000 African lions that remain through Project Leonardo.
A Photo Gallery of the Asiatic Lion by Uri Golman
Photos generously provided by wildlife photographer, Uri Golman.
See more of Uri’s photos at www.urigolman.com.