South Africa’s Lions Prosper with Careful Watch and Fenceless Parks | Voice of America – English

At sunset, a buffalo calf’s distressed grunts reverberate through the bush.

But it’s a trick. 

The grunts are blaring from a loudspeaker, designed to lure lions to a tree and let a South African wildlife reserve carry out a census of its apex predator.

As an added enticement, the carcasses of two impalas are affixed to a tree.

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