33 lions rescued by an NGO discover the joys of freedom in the middle of the savannah

After 15 hours of flight, the lions arrived at the refuge of Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary, an area of ​​5 thousand hectares in the savannah closed to the public in South Africa. On these lands, they will receive medical assistance, food and special care.

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They have made a long trip but they are surprisingly calm. Some of them were agitated during the trip and they have some minor injuries, but nothing serious, “said Savannah Heuser, an employee at the shelter.

All the lions were mistreated, locked up, hungry. Some even lost their sight. Most of them have no claws and are in poor health.

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Over the next few months, their habitat will gradually expand as they get used to their new lives and tame each other,” says Jan Creamer.

They will be able to regain strength and slowly acclimatize to their homeland, the land of lions.

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