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October 11, 2019

Learning to share the savannah with big animals

AP Science Writer

AP Photo/Jerome Delay [enlarge]
Lions rest under a tree in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park. The survival of lions likely depends on finding a way for people, livestock and wild beasts to continue to use these lands together.

LOIBOR SIRET, Tanzania — Saitoti Petro scans a dirt road in northern Tanzania for recent signs of the top predator on the African savannah. “If you see a lion,” he warns, “stop and look it straight in the eyes — you must never run.”

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