British conservationist, David Youlden, is spearheading a radical project at Zimbabwe's Antelope Park, in order to save Africa’s iconic predator, the lion. The “Rehabilitation and Release into the Wild” programme aims to develop the natural hunting instinct of captive lions, ensuring their continuing survival in the wilderness. Acacia Africa's 7-day Rediscover Zimbabwe small group safari and ITV1’s “Lion Country” documentary features the reserve: to air Wed 05 May at 19:30 (GMT). Two of the Antelope Park's unique adventures includes the "night encounter" and elephant swim.
Zimbabwe: ITV1's "Lion Country" documentary to air on Wed 05 May
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