This 2016 video from Kenya is called A Free Walk Day For The Lions In Nairobi.
From Leiden University in the Netherlands:
Lions in the queue for food
25 May 2018
The number of lions in Kenya is decreasing alarmingly, due partly to the encroaching cities and the development of the countryside. Together with local scientists and inhabitants, Leiden biologists are studying how this decline can be halted. ‘Lions are cleverer than we thought.’
Inhabitants of the suburbs of Nairobi often get the shock of their lives: every year between the streams of cars a huge lion will make its appearance. And, given the resulting commotion, these 3200-kilo
Very doubtful. Wikipedia estimates male lions are 150-250 kilo.
lions find themselves hemmed in by the cars. In Kenya’s capital Nairobi, this is a more frequent occurrence than it may seem, Leiden Professor of Environmental Biology Hans de Iongh, who also…
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