108 abused lions found with mange, nerve damage on South African farm


Animal activists have discovered 108 captive lions with mange and neurological problems at Pienika Farm, a breeding site in South Africa. Shockingly, their caretaker was supposedly a member of a humane lion care organization. Twenty-seven of the abused lions were afflicted with mange, a skin disease cause by parasitic mites, causing skin lesions and hair…

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