A lion in Tsavo National Park answers nature’s call. Tsavo is of the famous “Man-eaters of Tsavo” book (Made into a 1996 film with Val Kilmer called “The Ghost and The Darkness”) about the building of the Uganda Railroad through Tsavo in south east Kenya in 1898. The two lions managed to pick off 140 workers by dragging them out of their tents at night and gobbling them up. One Hundred and Forty!!! The two were eventually shot and are currently on display in the Field Musuem of Natural History in Chicago. The more you know.