2 Taigan Lion Park in Crimea Releases Lions into the Wild

Taigan Lion Park in Crimea Releases Lions into the Wild

Posted on April 24, 2016 by tim

Well, not totally into the wild. Let’s first tell a few facts about this place. Taigan is a lion park in Crimea. Over fifty lions live there, making it the biggest lion park in Europe.  In winter lions stay in warm houses because its cold outside and snow is not a rare thing in Crimea. But in spring all those fifty African lions are being released into a “wilderness” – fifty hectares (123 acres) of Crimean land. Let’s see inside, thanks to Crimean photographer YUry Ugans:

Lions there roam absolutely free, like they do in safari parks in African countries. Visitors have  a few protected bridges from where they can watch the animals, but in general nobody forces animals to obey – they go around absolutely free. A few days ago they were released out of their winter “hotel”.

Yuri says that male lions started attacking each other in an instant in order to fight for territory.

He says he was happy as never that the place has metal fences.


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2 Responses to “Taigan Lion Park in Crimea Releases Lions into the Wild”

  1. Douglas says:

    Lions out of their cages…what could possibly go wrong.

  2. p51d007 says:

    I’ve always loved the majestic lions & tigers. The Siberian Tigers are my favorites.

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