Well done lions!!!
Hopefully, no one will now want to shoot these lions for being lions.
Thanks for sharing :)
Hooray for the lions.
"We're not sure how many there were – there's not much left of them”
"It's still business as usual, it doesn't change anything we do,"
Good for those lions protecting their neighbors. And the reserve is not feeling any undeserved empathy. Thank you!Edited: 06 July 2018, 14:38
First world attitudes like this do nothing to protect wildlife.
Loved this when I heard it the other day, and another similar story about a hunter.
Anyway three down, but sadly there will be more lined up waiting.Edited: 07 July 2018, 10:58
The first thing I thought was that I was surprised it didn't happen more often, with the poachers roaming around in wildlife dense areas at night - but then I wondered if maybe it does happen more often but folks just don't find the remains.
I cannot see the proof that the three guys were indeed rhino poachers. I do recall other cases where murder victims were put in lion enclosures to get rid of evidence. Always skeptical . . . . . .