In 1960, there were 400,000 lions living in the wild. Today, there are just 20,000."That represents a 90 to 95 percent decline," says National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dereck Joubert. "Unless we start talking about this, these lions will be extinct within the next 10 or 15 years."
It's a typical Chinese chop-socky kung-fu film, with a mustachioed baddy fighting a plucky heroine, kicking and whirling, all the while balancing atop red poles arranged in a yin-yang symbol.But there's just one big difference.Despite his fluent Mandarin, the mustachioed baddy flying through the