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Article Summary : Asia's Lions Live in One Last Place on Earth-and They're Thriving


jomul01 14 / 14 1  
Aug 11, 2016   #1
Roaring across Middle East and Asia, The Asiatic lions beyond endangered animal, they are become the symbol of strength and icon in Hinduism. The number of this species have reached a low of approximately 500 lions and more than 90% of them live in India's Gir National Park. This condition led to many conservation program across the globe. Conservation group and local community supports are the greatest power as the conservation program is most likely success, and it is happen like a real story of hope.

Preventing from extinction that probably could be happen in GIr National Park, translocation to Palpur-Kuno which was initiated by Indian Authority, become an alternative to answering this problem, although several factors should be taken as notes. However, several Asiatic Lion live in the zoo and yet there are no plans to release them. This story of hope is expected to inspire other big cats conservation program worldwide.

news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/08/asia-endangered-world-lion-day-conservation/

azmi23 17 / 28 3  
Aug 11, 2016   #2
hi jomul, this is my review.

... conservation program is most likely success, and itis happenhappens like a real story of hope.

Preventing from extinction that probably could be happenhappened in GIr National Park, (...) become an alternative to answering this problem,
dinartika19 37 / 67 6  
Aug 11, 2016   #3
Hallo Jomul, If you don't mind, let me correct you summary.

they are become thea symbol of strength and an icon in Hinduism.

This condition ledis leadingto many conservation programs across the globe.

led = is leading ( to talk about something happening now )

Conservation group and local community supports are the greatest power (...) likely success, and it is happens like a real story of hope.


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