PHOTOS In pics: Chinese wildlife conservationist in Maasai Mara, Kenya

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In pics: Chinese wildlife conservationist in Maasai Mara, Kenya

Xinhua

08:08, August 25, 2018

A man walks past lion proof fence built by Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) founded by Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 6, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang (L) checks a tree damaged by elephants with a local warden at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 9, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang (L) checks animal footprints with local wardens at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 9, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang rushes out of his camp as he hears lions roaring at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 7, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

Children greet Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang (R) as he passes by in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 6, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang and a local warden check the Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 7, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang and a local warden check the Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 7, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

A lion eats its prey at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 9, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang checks the Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 7, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

An injured lion rests with its cubs at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya, July 8, 2018. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. Around it, he has built three lion proof boas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai's Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo's anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. (Xinhua/Lyu Shuai)

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