Climates Change Affects Lion

Over the last 50 years, the number of wild lions across Africa has fallen from 200,000 to an estimated 20,000. The decline is largely due to habitat loss from agricultural expansion and increased human settlement in the savannah landscape. As climate change intensifies and the land becomes more arid and inhospitable, maintaining these. This photo portrait of the head of the pride during the sunset at the marsh area in Ndutu Conservation Area Climates Change Affects Lions.

Photo taken by Eliya Uzia at Ndutu Conservation Area

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