After Killing Famous Lion, Internet Outrage Forces The Killer To Close His Dental Office

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at 2015.09.25
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Cecil the lion was clearly one of the most famous draws at Zimbabwes Hwange National Park until he was killed by Walter Palmer, a dentist from the U.S. who paid $55,000 for the joy to kill the 13-year old wildlife star. The backlash from animal fans all over the world has not been so weak his office is shuttered and the dentists web site has shut down.

A trophied archer, Palmer, paid a guide to entice Cecil out of the park at night so he could be hunted. He shot and injure Cecil with a bow, but was just capable to kill him 40 hours afterwards. Cecil skinned his carcass stayed fresh and was beheaded.

Not only was a local celebrity killed by his hunt in the park, but, in line with the Zimbabwean Tourism Authority, the hunt was not legal, as well as a criminal investigation is now under way. Cecils departure will impact more than just him and his supporters. Now that Cecil is gone, other male lions will most likely kill off the 24 cubs that he’d left with his pride to make sure that their own bloodlines live on instead.

I understand Cecil can’t be brought back to life but let get justice because of his murder… Please sign the request below:


Cecil the 13-year old lion proved to be a cherished star at Zimbabwes Hwange National Park


That was until authorities found him shot. His carcass beheaded and skinned, was left, outside the park. The killers even attempted to conceal his monitoring collar but they neglected


Someone had paid $55,000 to entice him out of the park at night and shoot him with a crossbow. to a guide They monitored him for 40 more agonizing hours until he was eventually killed


The Zimbabwean Tourism Authority after identified Walter Palmer, a dentist and decoration hunter from Minnesota, as the perpetrator


The Web has answered angrily to his activities, and Palmer has been compelled to shut his dental office


Locals have covered the front door with blossoms, signs and stuffed animals as a memorial for Cecil


The Yelp reviews have been particularly savage, losing his evaluation to 1:


Even Ricky Gervais, a comic, celebrity and animal rights activist, weighed in:

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Zimbabwean authorities are seeking Palmer and investigating the killing, however he’s apparently back in the U.S.


Cecil left behind 24 cubs, who’ll likely killed by competing men trying to replace him as alpha


In a statement, Palmer said I relied on the expertise of my local professional guides to guarantee a legal hunt… I greatly regret that my quest of an action I really like and practice responsibly and lawfully resulted in the taking of the lion


The final picture of Cecil shot. RIP



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