This after four of the five missing lions was located and captured around 60km from
“The lion is still out there, he could be anywhere. There has been no sighting of him,” South African National Parks (SANParks) spokesperson William Mabasa told News24.
“It could be back in the park [Kruger National Park]; nobody has seen it.”
Report any sighting of the lion on 0800 10111, 076 801 9679 or 013 735 0197, he said.
Traveller24 reported that the lions are believed to have left the park after they were forced out by a larger pride of lions.
No injuries have been reported. Police investigations are still underway. DM
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