Post Profile






African Lions: Born Free? No, Born Captive to Be Killed

Raising and hunting lions is an industry in South Africa. The Obama administration’s regulations undermined the business. Now lion farmers are hoping Trump will bring it back
read more

share

Related Posts


South Africa – Lion, Lioness Combo Hunt

Hobbies / Hunting : Outdoors International

This South Africa Lion, Lioness combo hunt is usually done by baiting lions with freshly killed antelope and other prey species. South Africa lion hunting may also be done by tracking. Some South Africa lion are hunted after being s...

Police hunt for killers after three lions beheaded in South Africa

News : The Raw Story

Johannesburg (dpa) – South African police are hunting for the killers of three lions whose heads and paws were cut off, possibly for use in traditional magic ceremonies, police said Friday. The male animals were killed in Tzaneen Li...

Lions are actually raised to be killed in South Africa. And American hunters love it.

Health : The Checkup

They call it canned hunting.South African ranchers breed lions in captivity, from cubs to adults, then release them just after the arrival of a hunter who pays about $15,000 for a kill. Sometimes the animal is drugged to make it eas...

Americans face new restrictions for hunting African lions

News : NY Daily News

South Africa’s lion hunting industry faces new restrictions after a decision this week by the U.S. government to protect African lions.

MSNBC Documentary Pulls Lid Off Sordid Practice of Canned Lion Hunting

Issues & Causes / Animal Rights & Welfare : A Humane Nation

Blood Lions offers a rare glimpse into the South African captive hunting industry. Lions are bred in wretched conditions solely to be shot at in hunts with guaranteed kills. Above, an African lion in the wild. Photo by Vanessa Migno...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC