Tag: lions

Project update
Published: August 6, 2023

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

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 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 10, 2023

Asli the lioness was recently spotted with her cubs.

Project update
January 28, 2022

BBC What’s New published a Youtube video on the truth behind the lion breeding industry, where lion cubs are taken at a young age to be used as attractions in petting zoos, and older lions are sold to canned hunting

Project update
June 14, 2021

Conservation Conversation shared Georges’ story, the lion that was sparred from the canned hunting industry because of this crooked tail. The article is in English.

Project update
June 3, 2021

andanews made an Instagram post on our mission in South Africa where we saved Georges, Elma, Eva, and Julie from a canned hunting farm. The post is in Portugese.

Project update
June 2, 2021

RTL News sheds light on the cruelty behind trophy hunting as well as animal properties for medicinal uses. The article is in German.

Project update
May 28, 2021

The DailyMail documents the process of tranquillizing and relocating Georges, Eva, Elma and Julie. The article is in English.

Project update
May 7, 2021

The Dodo made a video and interview Wild at Life e.V.’s founder Asli Han Gedik. The video is in English.

Project update
January 31, 2021

aktglaublich shared a video that documented our rescue mission carried out at a lion canned hunting farm located in South Africa. The video’s subtitles are in German.

Project update
January 31, 2021

videotrends posted a video documenting our rescue mission at a lion canned hunting farm in South Africa. The video’s subtitles are in German.

Project update
November 21, 2020

la Repubblica took to Instagram to shed light on the condition of Shadow the lion from Wild at Life e.V.’s Gamji Gate Zoo rescue. They also emphasized how impactful and beneficial social media can be at times like this, where

Project update
November 18, 2020

The Epoch Times published an article on Wild at Life e.V.’s Ziniaré Zoo mission, detailing the improvements seen after Wild at Life e.V.’s intervention. For example, the hippos now have a clean pool, which was half-empty before and filled with

Project update
November 16, 2020

One Green Planet provides an account of how the zoo animals kept themselves suspended on objects in order to breathe during the devastating flood. The article is in English.

Project update
November 13, 2020

wildlifepage shared our story on Shadow the lion from Gamji Gate Zoo rescue. The Instagram post is in English.

Project update
November 13, 2020

In this article by ET Today, the suffering of the animals in Gamji Gate Zoo was elaborated on – recent flooding that left the animals soaked, animals skinny to the bones, and some animals died of starvation due to the

Project update
November 12, 2020

This Day reports on animals at Gamji Gate Zoo being found to be on the brink of starvation. The conditions of the animals were captured on video and prompted Wild at Life e.V. to start an emergency rescue mission. The

Project update
November 12, 2020

The Guardian Nigeria offers statements made by Francis Abioye, the Nigerian Association of Zoological Gardens and Wildlife Parks’ (NAZAP’s) president about the discovery of this horror zoo. “No government in the world can care for its citizens without starting with

Project update
November 12, 2020

FOCUS highlights Wild at Life e.V.’s rescue mission in Kaduna, Nigeria, where food for the animals is scarce for weeks, and how the vet is determined to save Shadow the lion. In addition, our missions in Burkina Faso (Ziniaré Zoo

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