The Serengeti in northern Tanzania is one of the world's last great wildlife refuges, teeming with crocs, leopards, cheetahsand one of the biggest lion populations in Africa, with approximately 3,500 lions in 300 prides. But one pride looms large in the Serengeti kingdom: a single dynasty ruling the plains to which hundreds of lions trace their roots. Experience the Serengeti through their eyes and discover how this great pride is exploding in size.
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I enjoy every Lion film I can get my hands on, especially Nat Geo films, which are primary most films of Lions. However, I really enjoy the bonus features, some of the DVD's have them, wish they all did.
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