A ranger of Kenya Wildflife Serive (KWS) shoots a lion after the feline ran away from the Amboseli National Park in Kaijado on March 30, 2016. / AFP / STRINGER
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Kenyan wildlife rangers shot dead a stray male lion in the outskirts of Nairobi after it attacked and injured a local resident, the Kenya Wildlife Service said.The lion was the third in recent weeks to stray from Nairobi National Park on the outskirts of the capital. No injuries were reported in the first case on Feb. 19, but one man was injured in the second, on March 18 .The wildlife service managed to capture the stray lions in the first two incidents and returned them to protected areas.
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