News from the wild

Below we present a full archive of news published on our website: updates for our long-term activities, photo reports, videos and much more.

Project update
Published: December 16, 2023

Angola Chimpanzee trafficking and poaching pose severe threats to these intelligent and endangered primates. Illegally captured chimpanzees often endure traumatic experiences, separated from their families and natural habitats. The trafficking of chimpanzees not only disrupts ecosystems but also raises ethical concerns about the treatment of these highly social and emotionally complex animals. Our efforts focus […]

Project update
Published: December 1, 2023

Check out Jane Goodall Institute’s article on Tina, Januario, Walter and Jose from Mission Caita. The article is in English.

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Project update
August 6, 2023

Four days before World Lion Day 2023, Alma passed at the age of 23.

Project update
July 20, 2023

Check out this video by OK, showing the lions’ remarkable transformation!

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June 29, 2023

In a joint production between ARTE France, Georama TV, and NHK Japan, Wild at Life e.V. was proudly featured in a documentary titled Stopping the Next Pandemic, or Épidémies l’empreinte de l’homme in French. Épidémies l’empreinte de l’homme was awarded

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June 29, 2023

In a joint production between ARTE France, Georama TV, and NHK Japan, Wild at Life e.V. was proudly featured in a documentary titled Stopping the Next Pandemic, or Épidémies l’empreinte de l’homme in French. Under the category of “Health and

Project update
May 20, 2023

To prevent the situation from escalating, Eva was moved to live with Christiaan, an older lion who sadly lost his partner to old age.

Project update
May 16, 2023

Heute shares the remarkable journey of the two lions in the abandoned zoo in Nigeria, showcasing their incredible transformation and the efforts taken to restore their well-being and quality of life. The article is in German.

Project update
May 12, 2023

web.de reports on the transformation of the abandoned zoo animals in Nigeria brought forth by generous donations and the tireless dedication of Wild at Life e.V.. The article is in German.

Project update
May 11, 2023

Blick unveils the transformation of the once-emaciated animals at an abandoned Nigeria zoo that took place in just two months. The article is in German.

Project update
May 11, 2023

FOCUS presents an update on the remarkable transformation of the animals residing in a once-abandoned zoo in Nigeria ever since Wild at Life e.V.’s rescue efforts. The article is in German.

Project update
May 11, 2023

OK talked about the majestic lions finding solace in an outdoor enclosure, a testament to their remarkable recovery and the power of compassion. The article is in German.

Project update
May 10, 2023

A documentary by C8, a French TV channel, featured Wild at Life e.V.’s lion conservation efforts in Zimbabwe as well as Asli Han Gedik’s amazing relationship with the lions. 45:22 – 1:01:56 is where Wild at Life e.V. appears. The

Project update
April 26, 2023

Thanks to your donations, we were able to supply food to all the zoo animals as well as pay the animal caretakers. In doing so, the two lions – who we have since named Ton and Mirella – are back

Project update
April 15, 2023

When Asli, the founder of Wild at Life e.V., visited Bela Bela sanctuary in mid-April, one of her To-dos is to relocate Süleyman to a larger space now that he is stronger and does not need constant monitoring.

Project update
April 10, 2023

Asli the lioness was recently spotted with her cubs.

Project update
March 24, 2023

We are so delighted to share the progress made by the lioness that was previously too weak to stand. She is now able to stand on all four and eat on her own!

Project update
March 14, 2023

Stern made a video showing the horrible conditions of the zoo animals at the Nigerian zoo, where a lioness fell in its attempt to stand. The video and description are in German.

Project update
March 13, 2023

With a video, Blick illustrates the appalling conditions of the abandoned Nigerian zoo and emphasized how donations are much needed to relieve their plight. The video is in German.

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