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ALERT's name abused by lion walk comp. lin LIV

From African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT)
It has come to our attention that a recently launched lion walk operation in Livingstone, is reportedly claiming that their lion project is affiliated to ALERT (African Lion and Environmental Research Trust).

This is to advise all agents/operators in Livingstone that ALERT and/or Lion Encounter (Z) Limited has absolutely no affiliation with this operation whatsoever. We are not familiar with their program and have no intention of doing business or carrying out any joint initiatives with this operator. ALERT is a well established internationally recognised re-habilitation program with over 22 years research and development behind it.

(Source: The Livingstonian)

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