The Last Lioness

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Liuwa Plain National Park is home to Lady Liuwa, the subject of Aquavision's narrative, "The Last Lioness." Following the turmoil of the Angolan war, poaching and unlawful trophy chasing wrecked the lion populace in the recreation center; leaving yet one, Lady Liuwa. For a considerable length of time Lady Liuwa lived alone, wandering through the Liuwa Plain wilderness without a pride. While on task recording seen hyenas in 2005, producer Herbert Brauer added to an association with the segregated lioness.

African Parks, who keep up Liuwa Plain National Park, chose to re-make the lion populace and convey an end to Lady Liuwa's isolation. The primary endeavor to bring a solitary male lion from close-by Kafue National Park to Liuwa Plain brought about catastrophe, with the male passing on in the wake of gagging on disgorged regurgitation. In May of 2009, two male lions were effectively migrated from Kafue National Park to Liuwa Plain.

Woman Liuwa and the two youthful male siblings immediately built up a nearby and loving relationship. For a long time the trio was watched mating. Notwithstanding the incessant mating, no offspring were delivered.

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