The recordings of lions at Greenfields, Missouri zoo were made possible by the conservation group Conservation International, a non-profit conservation organization that records wildlife and has been releasing videos of animals.
The group said they wanted to show the public how endangered lions are and how important conservation is.
Conservation International released the recordings this week and has also released some of the video clips to YouTube.
The footage shows two lions and one elephant at the zoo and has a story that is more personal.
The lion in the video, which was made with a GoPro, is a male, and he is about the size of a male black rhino.
The elephant is about 6 feet tall and weighs about 75 pounds.
Conservation’s head of conservation, Daniel Smith, said the lion was about 30 years old when he was released in November and the elephant was just 10 years old.
“When the lions arrived, I was just very excited,” Smith said.
Smith said the footage shows how people can help by donating their time and money to help animals. “
I’ve been really amazed at how many people want to help protect these animals and the animals that live in the wild and I think this is a really important way to get people to engage.”
Smith said the footage shows how people can help by donating their time and money to help animals.
“You can donate to our conservation efforts, or you can buy tickets for our safari and tour of conservation.
That will get you into the parks where lions live and you can help with other conservation efforts,” Smith added.
Conservation said it had worked with several organizations to make the recordings.
“The conservation group that made these recordings is a partnership of people from conservation and zoo groups, and it has had extensive contact with the lions, elephants and other wildlife,” said David Dixson, director of the zoo, in a statement.
“It is important to note that the lion and elephant are in the same enclosure.
They are not in the front yard or at the front of the enclosure.”
Conservation International is also releasing the video of the elephant’s rescue to YouTube after the zoo released the video to the public.
“People should know the importance of these animals to conservation, and how crucial it is to protect them,” Smith told CNN.
The video was made from a pair of GoPro cameras that Conservation International had purchased. “
For conservation organizations, it’s a really exciting time for our work to continue to make a difference in the lives of animals and people around the globe.”
The video was made from a pair of GoPro cameras that Conservation International had purchased.
It is part of a series of conservation videos that the conservation organization has released to the internet and to YouTube in recent months.
Conservation has been able to use the GoPro cameras to capture footage of the lions and elephant in the zoo because of the cameras’ unique video recording capability.
Conservation says they are able to capture a 360-degree image of the animal.
Conservation also has used GoPro cameras in the past and is also planning to release footage of a female elephant and two male lions from the zoo.
The zoo has also been working to protect lions in other conservation projects.
Conservation and zoo officials were able to release a video in 2015 showing a male lion in Africa eating a dead baby giraffe.
“There are some amazing animals around our world, and there are some that we don’t know about yet, so this is part one of an effort to create a better understanding of these amazing animals and to protect the lion population and other endangered animals,” Smith wrote in the statement.
Conservation officials also say the lion footage will give them a chance to better understand how animals are kept in captivity and how they react to captivity.