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Survival of African big cats:  Wildlife and tourism experts worried

Survival of African big cats: Wildlife and tourism experts worried

Marking World Lion Day this month, wildlife conservation in Africa is worried over the future of one of its African big cats - the lions - on the continent after rising numbers of poaching syndicates are looking for their body parts. Wildlife conservation groups and charity organizations in Africa are worried over the rising cases of lion poaching, mostly in West Africa where these famous animals are critically endangered, while poaching has increased across the eastern and southern African region. - eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News

Marking World Lion Day this month, wildlife conservation in Africa is worried over the future of one of its African big cats – the lions – on the continent after rising numbers of poaching syndicates are looking for their body parts. Wildlife conservation groups and charity organizations in Africa are worried over the rising cases of lion poaching, mostly in West Africa where these famous animals are critically endangered, while poaching has increased across the eastern and southern African region.

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