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Kenya lions 'back in park' after city visit – rangers

Feb 20, 2016 - 4:53 PM

The lionesses and cub return to Nairobi National Park of their own accord says the Kenya Wildlife Service

In this file photo, a young lion looks towards the Nairobi skyline at the Nairobi National Park on August 10, 2015. Tony Karumba/AFP

Panic as lions on the loose in Kenyan capital

Feb 19, 2016 - 6:02 PM

At least two lionesses are reported to have left Nairobi s national park and meandered into highly populated areas of the Kenyan capital

LIONS ON THE LOOSE. A Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) warden carries a tranquilizer gun, during a search of two lions on February 19, 2016 who left Nairobi's national park and went into "highly populated" areas, in Nairobi. At least two lionesses are reported to have late February 18, 2016 left the park, spread over 117 square kilometres (45 square miles) where buffalo and rhino roam just seven kilometers from the bustling high-rise city centre. Photo by Simon Maina/AFP