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

Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) officers carrying tranquilizer guns, take part in a search for four lions who left a national park and went into NairobiFour lions who went on the prowl in Kenya’s capital Nairobi after escaping from a national park have returned to the reserve, rangers said Saturday, after a day-long hunt for the big cats. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) issued an appeal on Friday, with armed rangers and KWS vets with dart guns scouring bush and farmland alongside the capital’s Kibera district, one of Africa’s largest slums, for the predators. KWS also used helicopter to search for the lions, who returned home to Nairobi National Park on Friday of their own accord.

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