Rhino Poachers eaten by Lions

Michael_Vronsky

Well-known member
#22
It may seem that way, but in fact there are double the number of black rhinos now than there were in 1995:

https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/black-rhino

Also to those who say 'good', do you really, in all seriousness, think that being mauled and eaten alive by a lion is justice for killing a rhino? I'm not advocating killing a rhino of course, but if that is the case, what would you say is a fitting sentence for killing a different animal for a part of its body? Or a person for that matter?
Yes.
 

Chris_Boro

Well-known member
#28
I see

So if there's an endangered mouse, the tail of which is worth £1000, and someone was killed and eaten by a lion while in the process of hunting this mouse, that would be a justified resolution?
You do realise there are armed forces who are employed to hunt and kill if required, said poachers, right?
 

1finny

Well-known member
#29
I see

So if there's an endangered mouse, the tail of which is worth £1000, and someone was killed and eaten by a lion while in the process of hunting this mouse, that would be a justified resolution?
They took a risk which they have probably taken many times before
The Lions got them
No problem
 
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