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Continuing the fight to protect wild animals

Published 01/07/2016

This week we reflect on the legacy of Cecil, one of Zimbabwe's best-known lions, who was callously snuffed out by a trophy hunter one year ago.

The outrage at Walter Palmer's slaughter of Cecil has shown wildlife killers that there are grave consequences for pursuing their lust for blood.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals will continue to fight for wild animals to be left in peace.


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