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Tree Climbing Lions Uganda

October 30th, 2017

It is somewhat uncommon for lions to actually climb trees. There are no more than 2 populations in whole world of such lions that do actually climb trees as one of their day after day behavior. One of these populations is found within the Ishasha sector which is found in the south part of the well known Queen Elizabeth National Park within Uganda.

In the secluded plains of the popular roiling savannas of Queen Elizabeth National Park (Uganda’s most popular national park and Awarded Accolade Park) lays one of natures’ greatness and amazing adaptations. This sector of the park is probably the most remote, located in the Southern part of it located approximately 90km from Mweya the main gateway through the park.

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By Sherinah