Thank goodness she has recovered, but what about the next? These snares must be removed as quickly as they are laid to avoid further injury…but to do so is almost impossible!

Great Cats of the "World"

Last month we shared a pic of staff f/ the Zambia Carnivore Programme & the Panthera-supported Kafue Lion Project removing a poacher’s snare from the neck of a lioness in Zambia’s Kafue Natl Park. We’re thrilled to share this latest photo of the lioness, who has recovered nicely from her wounds & now has a second chance at life. Help remove snares & save wild cats. Visit http://bit.ly/JltgqE & http://on.fb.me/VUFfCJ
Photo: Last month we shared a pic of staff f/ the Zambia Carnivore Programme & the Panthera-supported Kafue Lion Project removing a poacher's snare from the neck of a lioness in Zambia's Kafue Natl Park. We're thrilled to share this latest photo of the lioness, who has recovered nicely from her wounds & now has a second chance at life. Help remove snares & save wild cats. Visit http://bit.ly/JltgqE & http://on.fb.me/VUFfCJ

 

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