Kings of the Kalahari
We’re observing World Lion Day with these two lion offspring in the Kalahari Desert of Botswana. The youthful felines might be charming and cuddly now, yet they’ll before long grow up to be one of the most impressive and magnificent creatures on the planet. The overwhelming predator in the locale, Kalahari lions spread tremendous regions crossing unforgiving shrublands and desert. In view of the shortage of prey, Kalahari lions travel in littler prides and frequently travel longer separations looking for their next dinner. Starting at 2015, lions were recorded as helpless and put on the World Conservation Union Red List of Threatened Species. World Lion Day bolsters and advances associations and preservation endeavors that address the waning wild lion populace.