An Ethiopian wolf in the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Photo: Daniel Allen An Ethiopian wolf in the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Photo: Daniel Allen
An Ethiopian wolf in the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Photo: Daniel Allen
Conservation

In Ethiopia’s Bale Mountains, lions and wolves prowl and humans make honey

  • Home to the rare black-maned forest lion and the even rarer Ethiopian wolf, the range is known as ‘the rooftop of Africa’
  • As humans encroach on indigenous animal habitats, all residents are learning how best to coexist

Topic |   Conservation
An Ethiopian wolf in the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Photo: Daniel Allen An Ethiopian wolf in the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Photo: Daniel Allen
An Ethiopian wolf in the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Photo: Daniel Allen
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