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  • he growing appetite for 'conservation holidays' has shone a light on the dark – and poorly regulated – industry of lion farming, where felines are destined not to be 'released into the wild' - but to be shot by trophy hunters and their bones exported to Asia for use in traditional medicine.

  • A South Africa without lions – one of the iconic Big Five species – is unimaginable. But we could soon face a world without these magnificent African ambassadors, as the breeding of lions for commercial purposes continues to flourish, said FOUR PAWS.

  • Evidence is emerging of the growing threat to wild lion populations of targeted poaching for lion body parts – teeth and claws.

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10.29.2020 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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