Tiger and lion populations are in trouble in some of Africa’s most iconic forests.
These forests have a rich history and a long history of human interaction.
Now, conservationists and wildlife experts say they are looking at how to protect the species.
Here’s what you need know about tiger and cat populations.
Tigers and lions are both protected in the African national parks.
Both lions and tigers are protected in national parks in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia and Tanzania.
The protected areas were established in the 1980s to help protect the African lion and tiger populations.
There are also protected areas for the black tiger and the tiger.
Conservationists say there is currently no information available on the lion population in these parks.
There is still a lot of hunting in these areas.
In Botswana alone, hunting is common.
In the national parks of South Africa and Zimbabwe, it is illegal to kill or capture wild animals.
However, many hunters have done so in recent years, which means they can’t be hunted legally.
There’s also little information on the lions’ and tigers’ populations in the national forests of Zimbabwe and Namibia.
Some areas have managed to survive for generations, but others are not so lucky.
Some national parks are so isolated that the lions and tiger do not often leave their dens in the same area.
This means some species do not have their own food sources.
In Mozambican national parks, for example, lions live in isolated, heavily wooded areas, which can be difficult for them to travel to and hunt.
The population of the tiger in the lion forests in South America is not as stable as in the other countries.
In some areas, the lion is a major threat.
In Zimbabwe, there are some areas where the lion has become a threat.
It has killed at least 50 lions and has killed another 3,000 leopards.
This has left many areas with a lion population that is not sustainable.
In Zambia, the tiger population is also not as high as in other countries, but the lion remains the dominant species.
Some of these areas are also heavily populated with hunting.
Hunting has increased in Zimbabwe, Botsania, Mozamba, South Africa.
It’s estimated that hunting contributes to an increase in the tiger’s population by 20 to 40 percent.
In Namibia, there is a high risk of poaching, especially in the northern part of the country.
In South Africa’s national parks there are also areas where hunting has increased.
Lions are very territorial, which is a big concern for conservationists.
Tigers do not like being separated from their families.
They will often hunt from a distance.
They also are aggressive when they think they are being attacked.
In addition, the animals are very social animals, which makes them highly vulnerable to being taken by a predator.
Many people are concerned that the species is being pushed into extinction.
In recent years there have been a lot more killings of lions and leopies in Zimbabwe.
Conservationist Simon Williams says there has been a decline in the numbers of lions in Zimbabwe and that this has led to a drop in their numbers.
Conservation experts say the recent decline is due to the loss of territory, and hunting.
It is estimated that there are currently between 2,000 and 5,000 lions in South African national forests.
Zimbabwe has about 2,500 leopold and 1,600 black lions.
There have been many cases of attacks on lions in the southern part of Africa, and this has caused a decline of the leopard population.
Some people in Zimbabwe say the lion in Zimbabwe is more dangerous than lions in other parts of Africa.
Some argue that the lion’s aggression and territoriality makes them a dangerous threat.
However conservationists say this is not a valid argument, as lions in most parts of the world have the same aggressive tendencies as lions.
They say the lions in Botswana are also aggressive and dangerous.
In 2014, a survey found that about 20 percent of Botswana’s lions had died.
Some conservationists have called for a moratorium on the killing of lions.
But many in Botswanan and Zimbabwe are not convinced.
They argue that it is not enough to ask people to stop killing lions.
Some say the people are not going to be able to do it. 11.
Lions and leopard populations in Africa have been in decline for years.
There were about 20,000 to 30,000 black leopolds in Botswa and Botswana in 2015.
They have been dying off since 2010.
Botswana is now the second-largest leopard-rich country in the world.
It now has about 30,600 leopeds and about 1,500 black leopard.
Botswanans conservation organization Save Botswana estimates that the African leopard population is now in decline by as much as 70 percent.
Some experts believe that the population of lions is