BREAKING: Liberals FREAK After Cecil The Lion’s SON Gets HORRIBLE News, Here We Go AGAIN

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Two years ago, the Internet erupted into a frenzy after a big game hunter shot and killed Cecil the Lion, and it looks like we’re about to hear it all over again.

If you remember, animal rights activists and liberals alike went into a frenzy after Cecil was killed outside an African village by a big game hunter in the area. The incident earned wall-to-wall coverage in the media and became a global spectacle as the man who shot him received everything from hate mail to death threats.

Well, it’s about to happen all over again.

Cecil’s son, Xanda, was just killed by a big game hunter.

Cue the outrage.

From the Daily Mail:

Xanda, a six-year-old male, was killed just outside Hwange National Park in north west Zimbabwe – near the spot where Cecil died two years ago.

Authorities were able to identify the animal – believed to be Cecil’s oldest cub -because it had been fitted with an electronic tag.

American trophy-hunter Walter Palmer, from Minnesota, paid £45,000 to hunt and shoot Xanda’s majestic father, easily recognisable by his black mane which helped make him Hwange’s biggest tourist draw.

But today, it emerged that one of them, Xanda, himself a father to several young cubs, had also been killed by a big game trophy hunter in Zimbabwe.

An image purportedly showing the animal, was posted along with a message announcing the death on the Facebook page of the Lions of Hwange National Park group.

The group said: ‘Xanda is still a young father at 6.2 years old and has several young cubs. We can’t believe that now, 2 years since Cecil was killed, that his oldest Cub Xanda has met the same fate.

‘When will the Lions of Hwange National Park be left to live out their years as wild born free lions should…?’

Again, cue the outrage…

However, the outrage isn’t going to be warranted this time around.


Andrew Loveridge, from the Oxford University research team is quoted as saying: ‘I fitted it last October. It was monitored almost daily and we were aware that Xanda and his pride was spending a lot of time out of the park in the last six months, but there is not much we can do about that.

‘Richard Cooke is one of the “good” guys. He is ethical and he returned the collar and communicated what had happened. His hunt was legal and Xanda was over six years old so it is all within the stipulated regulations.’

In other words, there’s nothing to see here, folks.

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