by Fredrick Mwange
July 2, 2019

Since Disney’s The Lion King’s first release 25 years ago, half of Africa’s lions have disappeared.

With the much anticipated new ‘live’ version of the Lion King out of the 19th July 2019, Disney have initiated a global conservation campaign, Protect the Pride, working primarily with The Lion Recovery Fund to double the number of lions in the wild by 2050.

The Lion Recovery Fund currently support 9 different projects in Tanzania alone, including KopeLion in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Honeyguide Foundation south east of Tarangire National Park.

Make the most of your safari with Shadows of Africa and learn about some of the work that is happening to protect lion in the areas that you visit.

See how you can help support this significant action https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VdOSE8pb7i8

Follow "The Lion King," Disney Conservation Fund, and the Lion Recovery Fund on social media to stay up to date on #TheLionKing #ProtectThePride campaign and share information with your friends and family about how they can help Protect the Pride.

Come and see a lion in the wild for yourself. Book your safari now with Shadows of Africa.

 

 

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