Wild Zebras stand in a container to be loaded onto waiting trucks by Kenya Wildlife Service officers, KWS, at Soysambu conservancy in Nakuru, Kenya for their translocation to Amboseli national park on February 10, 2010. Kenyan game rangers began rounding up thousands of zebras to be moved to a reserve where starving lions have been attacking livestock. KWS aims to move some 7,000 animals in all, 4,000 zebra and 3,000 wildebeest. (TONY KARUMBA / AFP / Getty Images)

Wild Zebras stand in a container to be loaded onto waiting trucks by Kenya Wildlife Service officers, KWS, at Soysambu conservancy in Nakuru, Kenya for their translocation to Amboseli national park on February 10, 2010. Kenyan game rangers began rounding up thousands of zebras to be moved to a reserve where starving lions have been attacking livestock. The spectacular nationwide operation, launched in Soysambu conservancy is due to last until the end of the month in what will go down as one of Africa's largest animal translocations yet. KWS aims to move some 7,000 animals in all, 4,000 zebra and 3,000 wildebeest. (TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)

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