National Geographic : 1943 Feb
. . . Dick Woltff Tourists Are "Caged" in Cars, and Lionesses Are Free to Dispute the Right of Way in South Africa's Kruger National Park These motorists, with man odor concealed by exhaust fumes, go unmolested by the "road hogs." By day they must stay intheir cars; bydark, inone of thepark's rest camps. There they hear lions roaring almost at their door. A party may carry one sealed gun, for self-defense only. The lions, roaming 8,000 fenceless square miles, are free to live as lions did before white men arrived. They share their realm with zebra, giraffe, baboon, buffalo, elephant, hippopotamus, leopard, and others.