Meet the “Porini Pride” at Ol Pejeta Conservancy

by MMC
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The ‘Porini Pride’ is named after our Porini Rhino Camp, where they are attracted to the bustling waterhole, perfectly located next to the camp and where a wide range of animals congregate.

The pride has 19 members, including two adult lionesses, seven feisty lion cubs (around 13 months old), eight adventurous sub-adults and two adult males.

This video shows recent footage as well as footage from last year (when the cubs were very young) and we can see how quickly they have grown.

Porini Rhino Camp is located in a secluded valley on a seasonal river within the 90,000 hectare Conservancy. Each of Africa’s ‘Big Five’ can be seen here and the Conservancy is East Africa’s largest rhino sanctuary and home to the black rhino, the southern white rhino and the last two remaining northern white rhinos in the world.

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