Foreign News: Cruelty to Lions

Outside Kruger National Park, South Africa's famed wildlife sanctuary, prowled a white man and his two black servants, looking for lions. Having no rifle, they set a steel trap—against the law—came back next day to find a full-grown lioness caught by the neck, roaring in agony. Not daring to approach her, they squatted to debate while the frantic animal panted. In the evening the white man decided to wait for the lioness to die, then collect the skin. They waited ten days before the shrunken, weakened beast relaxed and the skinning could begin....

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