Lions may be extinct in 2050? What can I do?

Lions may be extinct in 2050? What can I do?

Lions may be extinct in 2050? What can I do? What can we do?  1. Firstly become informed. That means reading up as much as you can about canned hunting, captive lion breeding, cub petting, lion walks and the lion bone trade. Knowledge is power. You will find most of the information you need for this on our website and up-to-date information on our Lions4Lions Facebook group. Lions are threatened all over Africa. Loss of habitat, poisoning and illegal bushmeat trade, poaching and snaring are their biggest threat in all Eastern African countries. All these factors are responsible that wild Lions may be extinct in 2050.  2. Grasp the facts! Start lobbying your local MPs, Councillors, Ministers, Senators. If you live abroad, contact the South African Embassy near you. Great strides were made in the past because one person started to do that very thing. Never think that one voice

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Raising awareness about the Lion Species Fate – Lions4Lions in the press

Raising awareness about the Lion Species Fate - Lions4Lions in the press

The Lion species survival is in our hands! In January 2018 Lions4Lions was explicitly started to raise awareness about the Lion species fate. Today, at the end of September 2018, our Facebook group has 4700 members. Every single day, we meet people, that didn’t know what is happening to the most iconic species on Earth. We hear from shocked people. They shiver when they hear what is going on in South Africa’s captive breeding scene.

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