The Serengeti in northern Tanzania is one of the
world’s last great wildlife refuges, teeming with crocs, leopards,
cheetahs--and one of the biggest lion populations in Africa, with approximately
3,500 lions in 300 prides. But one pride looms large in the Serengeti kingdom:
a single dynasty ruling the plains to which hundreds of lions trace their
roots. And this year something remarkable is happening; this great pride is
exploding in size. A perfect storm of conditions is creating a Superpride.