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Friday 19th July 2019
As many of you will be aware, The UK Financial Times consulted with LionAid and subsequently published an article on the 6th July, comparing the economic value of a live lion versus a trophy hunted lion and not unsurprisingly concluded that, discounted over a 12-year life, ANY lion would have a net present value of $179,000, which is still more than four times higher than the price for shooting a pride master. LionAid further calculated that a pride male in the Serengeti would bring in tourism revenues of $890,000 during five years of pride dominance.
Posted by Chris Macsween at 13:39
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