Directed by dereck joubert with jeremy irons fifty years ago there were close to half a million lions in africa today there are around 20000 to make matters worse lions unlike elephants which are far more numerous have virtually no protection under government mandate or through international accords this is the jumping off point for a disturbing well researched and beautifully made . The last lions is a 2011 african nature documentary film by national geographic society videotaped and directed by dereck and beverly joubert it was shot at the okavango delta in botswana the film premiered at the palm springs international film festival in january 2011 and was released in select theaters on february 18 2011. The last lions now is the king or perhaps in this instance queen is the more accurate description a lioness loses her mate to an invading pride and in crippling a giant lioness of the invading pride creates a terrible arch enemy she retreats to an island with her two cubs to try to raise them while hunting among hyena crocodile and . Narrated by academy award winner jeremy irons the last lions follows ma di tau mother of lions as she races to get her cubs to safety during a rampaging fire and fends off ferocious lioness
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