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Help save the lions of South Africa

If you love wildlife you will be appalled by the canned hunting of lions in South Africa. Those cute lion cubs tourists get their photo taken with at lion parks are often sold on to the canned hunting industry.
Canned Hunting is the killing of an animal, for money, in a confined area usually to obtain trophy. The animals are bred to be slaughtered and it is big business in South Africa. Rich europeans and americas pay a lot to shoot the often drugged lion that has no chance of escape.
You can help the lions by not visiting lion breeding centres and lion petting parks. The more people pay to visit these places the longer they will exist. Also sign this petition and encorage others to.

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