The Asiatic Lion is now found exclusively in the Gir Forest National Park of India and are down to a population of around 500 #Lion

The Asiatic Lion is now found exclusively in the Gir Forest National Park of India and are down to a population of around 500 #Lion

Asiatic lion and cubs - Gir, Gujarat. Image: Mukesh Acharya/Sanctuary Awards 2010.

Asiatic lion and cubs - Gir, Gujarat. Image: Mukesh Acharya/Sanctuary Awards 2010.

I want to go there. Gujarat (India). 'The only wild Asiatic  lions – along with various other  animals and 300 species of  birds – live in the Sasan Gir  Wildlife Sanctuary, which off ers  jeep safaris.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/gujarat/sasan-gir-wildlife-sanctuary

I want to go there. Gujarat (India). 'The only wild Asiatic lions – along with various other animals and 300 species of birds – live in the Sasan Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, which off ers jeep safaris.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/gujarat/sasan-gir-wildlife-sanctuary

Rare Lions Cubs are the Pride of Paignton Zoo

Rare Lions Cubs are the Pride of Paignton Zoo (ZooBorns)

Young Asiatic Lion Jasraj walking in the snow at Zürich Zoo - Interesting and surprising note: Scientists have determined that Asiatic lions from India are very closely related to the extinct Barbary lions.

Young Asiatic Lion Jasraj walking in the snow at Zürich Zoo - Interesting and surprising note: Scientists have determined that Asiatic lions from India are very closely related to the extinct Barbary lions.

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