Down through the Age's. Gareth's pen and ink drawings of ancient lion symbolism. For our ancestors, and still today, the lion is a symbol of strength, courage and divinity.

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Tracks of a Knysna leopard

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Gareth with forest friends, discussing Knysna elephants.

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Medicinal mushrooms - Ganoderma applanatum, - routinely eaten by Knysna elephants.

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Gareth with Adamson lion Batian

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Gareth with the Adamson lions

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Gareth and George Adamson.

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Marozi -Spotted lion. A myth?

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Footprints in the sand.

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To Walk with Lions.

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Knysna elephant trail.

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Tuli bull elephant.

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Knysna elephant (photo credit SANParks)

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Rembrandt's A lion lying down . An extinct Cape Lion.

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Panel of Lions, Chauvet Cave - southern France (ca. 30,000 BC)

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Gareth, George Adamson, friends and
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Gareth, George Adamson, friends and British film crew on the final day of filming the biographical documentary, 'Lord of the Lions - Adamson of Africa'.

Photo credit, Nick Grey.