In northern Tanzania, walls that incorporate living trees offer dual protection. They keep lions out of Maasai settlements—which means safety for the Maasai and livestock—and also reduce retaliatory killings of lions. Laly Lichtenfeld, a conservation biologist and National Geographic Big Cats Initiative grantee, is working with Maasai communities to build these walls.
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