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Lion farmers may get export quota - Independent Online;

Lion farmers may get export quota - Independent Online

Independent OnlineLion farmers may get export quotaIndependent OnlineJohannesburg - South Africa's Department of Environmental Affairs plans to establish an annual quota for the export of skeletons from farm-bred lions and won't authorize shipments until one has been put in place. An export permit will only be granted ...and more »

Mission to end canned lion hunting - Independent Online;

Mission to end canned lion hunting - Independent Online

Independent OnlineMission to end canned lion huntingIndependent OnlineFENCED IN: There are between 6 000 and 8 000 captive-bred lions in SA, more than twice the number of wild lions. Picture: Conservation Action Trust. Durban - An NGO, Youth for Lions, is on a mission to save the felines from canned hunting. It is ...and more »

South Africa Wants to Export Hundreds of Captive-Bred Lion Skeletons - Care2.com;

South Africa Wants to Export Hundreds of Captive-Bred Lion Skeletons - Care2.com

Care2.comSouth Africa Wants to Export Hundreds of Captive-Bred Lion SkeletonsCare2.comSouth Africa has stirred some serious controversy with a recent announcement that it wants to allow the export of hundreds of skeletons from captive-bred lions every year. The nation has already drawn the ire of lion advocates for being home to an ...and more »

South Africa's canned lion hunting industry cashes in on global trade in lion bones - HSUS News (blog);

South Africa's canned lion hunting industry cashes in on global trade in lion bones - HSUS News (blog)

HSUS News (blog)South Africa's canned lion hunting industry cashes in on global trade in lion bonesHSUS News (blog)More than a year ago, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, reacting to a legal petition from The HSUS, HSI, and other animal welfare and conservation groups, announced that the United States was placing African lions on the list of threatened and ...and more »