Photo: Linda Tucker with Marah 7 months old on her one day of freedom
Linda with Marah, the lioness she rescued from the trophy hunting operation.
Tragically today, cub petting is used by the breeding camps and hunting operations as a draw for the public lion cubs can never be released into the wild and, more than likely, will be shot as trophies when fully grown. Important to note that the Global White Lion Protection Trust asks the public not to support cub petting, as the same cubs that are hugged in captive breeding operations are later shot as trophies ("Canned Hunting")
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Linda Tucker with Marah 7 months old on her one day of freedom Linda with Marah, the lioness she rescued from the trophy hunting operation. Tragically today, cub petting is used by the breeding camps and hunting operations as a draw for the public lion cubs can never be released into the wild and, more than likely, will be shot as trophies when fully grown. Important to note that the Global White Lion Protection Trust asks the public not to support cub petting, as the same cubs that are hugged in captive breeding operations are later shot as trophies ("Canned Hunting") Copyright and credit GLOBAL WHITE LION PROTECTION TRUST
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