Port Lympne is home to a gorgeous pride of Lions. Mum Oudrika keeps a close eye on her 2 girls from her first litter, Binti and Kulinda, as well as their 3 young. The pride can be seen in their spacious new enclosure at the bottom of the reserve.
Your Adoption Really Helps
By adopting an Aspinall animal, you are helping to support our amazing overseas work and back to the wild campaigns.
What's included in your adoption?
Digital pack £25
Digital adoption pack including photocard and fact sheet about your chosen animal written by the expert team at The Aspinall Foundation.
Certificate of adoption
Adoption pack will be sent straight to your inbox
Printed pack £35
18cm cuddly toy
Adoption folder including photocard and fact sheet about your chosen animal written by the expert team at The Aspinall Foundation.
Personalised certificate of adoption
Please allow up to 14 days for delivery
Please note: Automatic name generation is currently unavailable for Digital adoptions certificates. These will be left blank for the purchaser or recipient to enter. For Printed Adoptions please providethe recipients name and it will be manually entered when you order is processed.
Key Facts about Panthera leo leo
Natural range: North Africa Height: 1 metre at the shoulder Weight: 200kg Diet: Carnivore
The Barbary lion was once found across North Africa, but has been tragically extinct in the wild since the last known specimen was shot in Morocco in 1922. In the past, Barbary lions were hunted and trapped for use in Roman gladiatorial games and for display in menageries, including that of The Tower of London.
In modern times, Barbary lions can only be found in captivity. Adras, the stunning male lion at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, is a Barbary lion.
Male Barbary lions can be distinguished from other subspecies by their paler eyes and longer, heavier mane which extends along the belly.
Adopt the 'king of beasts' and support the vital overseas work of The Aspinall Foundation.
How we're helping
The Aspinall Foundation, a world class animal conservation charity, is dedicated to returning captive bred animals to protected wilderness areas and reserves in their native habitats. The Aspinall Foundation fund and manage animal protection projects in Congo, Gabon, Java and Madagascar, as well as providing financial support to other animal protection schemes around the world including India and Cambodia.