Blood Lions South Africa

Blood Lions to Air In South Africa Today

The South African television premiere is tonight (11 October 2015, 22:00 hours CAT) on Discovery Channel 121. A documentary exposing the predator breeding, cub petting and canned hunting industry in South Africa. Watch it to have the power to create change and awareness. ‪#‎BLOODLIONS If you would really like to ‪#‎GetInvolved – join the international…

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Petition to UK Government – Enhance Lion, Rhino and Elephant Protection

Call to enhance protection of White and Black rhinoceros, African lions and African elephants Petition to the UK Government  Petition open to British Citizens and UK Residents only At 10,000 signatures we get a response from the government. At 100,000 signatures our petition will be considered for a debate in Parliament.   __________________________________________________________________ To the Rt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP,…

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The Lion Cub Con in ‘Canned’ Farms

The Daily Telegraph’s, Aislinn Laing (Johannesburg) reported yesterday(1), about the alleged deceit in ‘canned’ farms’ acquisition of lion cubs. Conservationists have highlighted that ‘orphaned’ lion cubs, supported in ‘petting zoos’ by well-meaning sponsors (tourists) are allegedly being sold on to ‘canned’ farms once the cubs become too large for ‘safe’ interaction in the ‘petting zoos.’ In…

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‘Blood Lions’ Film Now Coming to European TV

More good news for getting the ‘Blood Lions’ message out regarding ‘Canned Hunting’ NEWS: Wildlands and Regulus Vision, with PBS International, are very excited to announce the European television premiere TONIGHT in the Benelux region on Discovery Channel Nederland. The tentative dates have been released but are subject to change: Finland & Sweden: Sep 27th…

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A Lion and His Pride

In the wild Mother Nature behaves in ways that are foreign to us. Lions live in a system called prides that can consist of fifteen to forty individuals and are based around related females.  In fact, the  majority are females.  Lions are very family oriented and it is rare for them to allow an unrelated…