Kenya's Ol Pejeta conservancy, located 150km from the capital Nairobi, has decided to fit its lions with GPS collars in a bid to study the animals in greater details and with minimal interference.
Before fitting the lions with the tracking collars, they first have to be tranquilized.
The GPS data then allows the rangers to gather information on the exact location of the animals, thus determine potential kill sites for lion prides.
"We do this to be able to track the movements of animals, se…
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