The Last Lioness

Greetings All,

You ever have one of those days when you’re feeling under the weather, and you just want to bask in laziness? Well, that’s how I’ve been this Sunday—YouTube and Apple Cider Vinegar have been my best friends. And upon browsing, I came across a National Geographic’s documentary, entitled The Last Lioness, that I wanted to share with you all.

The film is about Lady Liuwa, the lioness you see in the feature image of this post, who has been living alone for 5 years in the Liuwa plans of Zambia. Due to poachers and trophy hunters who’ve collapsed the lion population, she has to survive on her own. But after years of scavenging and yearning for companionship, potential for a new pride soon becomes a reality.

I enjoyed watching this documentary, but I still couldn’t help feeling some type of way about the mistreatment of animals. Killing them for sport and/or accessories is barbaric and can’t be justified. I’m going to save my rant about that topic for another post, so in the meantime, enjoy the documentary.

Feel free to comment below if you’d like discuss.

Until Next Time…


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