June 21, 2012
By The Associated Press TOM ODULA (Associated Press)
Photo credit: AP | Kenya Wildlife Service rangers load the carcasses of six lions speared to death by residents of Oloika area in retaliation after the lions raided a boma (livestock enclosure) and ate four goats, in Kitengela, Kajiado County, Kenya, Wednesday, June 20, 2012. The Kenya Wildlife Service said the killings are a big loss to Kenya’s economy, given the number of tourists who travel to Kenya to see big game. The lions had strayed outside of Nairobi National Park in search of food when they killed the goats. (AP Photo/Dennis Kibet)
ILKEEK-LEMEDUNG’I, Kenya – (AP) — Crouching in the savannah’s tall grass, the lions tore through the flesh of eight goats in the early morning invasion. Dogs barked, women screamed and the men with the rank of warrior in this village of Maasai tribesman gathered their spears.