Lion poaching : the brutal new threat to Africa’s prides

 The big cats are horribly easy to kill with poisoned meat, allowing poachers to hack off their faces and paws – but rangers are now on their trail • Warning: this article includes graphic images (...)

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Mis en ligne par Damian Carrington in Limpopo national park, Mozambique
 5/11/2018

 The big cats are horribly easy to kill with poisoned meat, allowing poachers to hack off their faces and paws – but rangers are now on their trail • Warning: this article includes graphic images (...)

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