cecil the lion

The son of Cecil the Lion has also been killed by trophy hunters.
The son of Cecil the Lion has also been killed by trophy hunters.
The death of Cecil, a rare black-maned lion, last year sparked an international outcry.
We seem to have forgotten the basic tenets of empathy. We seem to have forgotten what it feels like to be in someone else's, or some other animal's, proverbial shoes.
Make no mistake, though; designating a "day" for lions doesn't mean that we forget about them during the rest of the year. Rather, it means that maybe -- during the buzz surrounding World Lion Day -- the world will listen to another lion's story.
The boat was apparently outside Walter Palmer's vacation home when it was swiped.
We're on the way to a world that's better for lions, but there's still a lot of work to do.
Sea World will no longer breed killer whales; Armani discontinued its use of fur; Petco and PetSmart offer shelter dogs and no longer support puppy mills; Ringling Brothers has ended their use of elephants. The world is becoming a better place for animals.
Months after the killing of Cecil the Lion, let's have a civilized debate over the role of trophy hunting in preserving animals.
The most well-known trophy hunter right now is Walter Palmer, who killed Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe. He used baiting, putting