This 5 September 2018 video from Africa says about itself:
Male lion walks right on a waterfall to get to the other side of the river and falls hilariously. Filmed by Clare James.
This 3 September 2018 video says about itself:
These Warriors Once Hunted Lions—Now They Protect Them | National Geographic
In Kenya, the Samburu warriors are taking the knowledge they used in the past to hunt lions and working today to save them. Through a program called Warrior Watch, launched by the Ewaso Lions conservation group, the Samburu are working within their local communities to protect livestock and promote coexistence between people and lions.
This 2013 video says about itself:
A short documentary about conserving the Grevy’s Zebra featuring the work of Belinda Low and the Grevy’s Zebra Trust.
From the Wildlife Conservation Society:
Are vulnerable lions eating endangered zebras?
New study looks at whether a recovering predator is causing another species to decline
August 31, 2018
That’s what a team of researchers led by WCS and WWF set out to discover — whether the comeback of a top predator — in this case lions in Laikipa County, Kenya — were recovering at the expense of Grevy’s zebras, which number only around 2,680 individuals with half of those living in Laikipia.
In recent years, lion numbers have slowly recovered in this region as livestock ranching — which commonly practiced shooting or poisoning lions — has given way to wildlife tourism. Lions (Panthera leo) are classified as Threatened by IUCN.
Publishing their results in the journal PLOS ONE, the team used satellite telemetry to track the movements of both lions and zebras.
The team found that lions preyed on both Grevy’s and plains zebras (Equus quagga) far less than expected. Their data showed that the population of Grevy’s zebra populations may in fact be stabilizing with recruitment into the population tripling since 2004.
The researchers did conclude that competitive displacement by livestock and interference competition for grass from plains zebras, which are 22 times more abundant than Grevy’s, are most likely the predominant threat to Grevy’s zebras’ recovery.
This 27 August 2018 video says about itself:
How a New Generation Is Saving Zambia’s Lions | National Geographic
Zambia is one of the last remaining strongholds for large African carnivores like lions, yet human conflict is impacting their populations. National Geographic Explorer Thandiwe Mweetwa and Fulbright Scholar Henry Mwape are conservationists working with the Zambian Carnivore Program to ensure these big cats will be around for generations to come.
This video says about itself:
The Lion Chaser: The Invention That Changed Farming in Kenya | BBC Innovators | Earth Unplugged
22 August 2018
But what happened when the spotlight disappeared? We returned to Kenya to find out what happened to the child prodigy.
This video says about itself:
One Woman’s Remarkable Journey to Protect Lions | Short Film Showcase
16 July 2018
Lion conservationist Moreangels Mbizah lives in South Africa, works in Zimbabwe, and studies in England. As one of the few female scientists in sub-Sahara Africa, Mbizah is committed to staying on the continent in order to carry out her research in Hwange National Park.