Enjues playing cards
A themed playing cards set featuring animals of the African plains and their hierarchy in the food chain.
Cards from one to ten are the herbivores whilst the face cards, Jack, Queen, and King, are composed of the lion pride. The Aces feature the other predators that reside on top of the plains' food chain hierarchy despite some being scavengers.
The title of these playing cards, Enjues, is derived from the Maa word for "wild animals." The Maa language is spoken by the Maasai people of southern Kenya and northern Tanazania.