The Possible Impacts Of Legalising The Lion Bone Trade

11th August 2017

It is estimated that there are less than 20,000 wild lions left throughout Africa, with a population decline of more than 40% in the past two decades. The wild lion population is at a similar tipping point as the white rhino and is fast tracking towards extinction. The main cause of lion population decline is habitat loss, with the constant encroachment of human activity into wild areas increasingly bringing humans and wildlife into conflict.

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