Lion on the loose in KZN

2012-04-10 15:15
Durban - A lion is on the loose after it escaped near Ulundi in KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday, Ezemvelo Wildlife said.

"A member of the public reported seeing a lion around 01:00 between Intibane lodge and Ophathe game reserve which is along the King Dinuzulu highway in Ulundi," spokesperson Musa Mntambo said.

Ezemvelo Wildlife conservation officer Jabulani Biyela visited the area and confirmed that tracks from a lion had been found.

Mntambo said at this stage it was not clear where the lion escaped from.

"Our guys are following the tracks, and we advise people to call us if they see the lion."
- SAPA
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