This Aug. 6, 2015, file photo shows a lion named Tommy in the Hwange National Park, about 700 kilometers southwest of Harare, Zimbabwe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, File)
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Conservationists announced Monday the "amazing discovery" of a previously unknown lion population in a remote northwestern region of Ethiopia, confirming local reports with camera trap photographs for the first time.Lions were spotted in the Alatash National Park on Ethiopia's border with Sudan, lion conservation group Born Free said.Hans Bauer, a lion conservationist from Oxford University who led the tracking expedition in Ethiopia, said there could be up to 200 lions in the area.
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