<p>A Kenya Wildlife Service ranger shoots Mohawk lion after he injured a person. Mohwak left Nairobi National Park and wandered south into the town of Isinya.</p>

A Kenya Wildlife Service ranger shoots Mohawk lion after he injured a person. Mohwak left Nairobi National Park and wandered south into the town of Isinya.

Photograph by AFP/Getty

Lions Are Wandering Out of Parks and Into Cities

In Kenya, residents are coming face to face with the wildlife that preceded them. It doesn't always end well.

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