Lioness grooming her cub

This photo was taken by Panthera Vice President Dr. George Schaller. Dr. Schaller is known as one of the founding fathers of the wildlife conservation field and led the world's seminal study on lion behavior in the Serengeti in the late 1960s.

An interview with Dr. Schaller is featured in Robert Vavra's latest book 'Remembering Africa'. 15% of proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to Panthera when customers enter PANTHERA at checkout. Customers also receive a 10% discount using this code. Purchase the book at www.remembering-africa.com/

Learn more about Dr. Schaller's career at www.panthera.org/people/george-schaller-phd.

Purchase Dr. Schaller's book 'The Serengeti Lion: A Study of Predator Prey Relations' read about the culmination of Dr. George Schaller’s seminal study on lion behavior, including the lion’s social system, population dynamics, hunting behavior and predation patterns. www.amazon.com/Serengeti-Lion-Predator-Prey-Relations-Wil...

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