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Sunday, July 8, 2018
Karma: Lions Eat Suspected Rhino-Hunting Poachers
Ed. UPDATE: A Rino
family reportedly watching in an adjoining field, laughing their ass off!
article appeared in Breitbart on July 6th
By Nate Church
The remains of at least three suspected poachers were found on the Sibuya Game Reserve, eaten by a pride of
Some Rolaids will fix that right up
The head and various
body parts were found in the Kenton-on-Sea, South Africa reserve.
Alongside them; wirecutters, an axe, hunting rifles — at least one with a
silencer attached — and three pairs of shoes. Officials believe the group was attempting to steal rhinoceros horns
when they were attacked. A police helicopter searched for survivors, but none
“We found enough body
parts and three pairs of empty shoes which suggest to us that the lions ate at
least three of them, but it is thick bush, and there could be more,” owner owner
Nick Fox said. “They came heavily armed with hunting rifles and axes which we
have recovered and enough food to last them for several days so we suspect they
were after all of our rhinos here.”
He thought it was funny as Hell!
Unfortunately for the
would-be poachers, “the lions are our watchers and guardians, and they picked
the wrong pride and became a meal,” according to Fox. Police spokesperson
Captain Mali Govender was less definitive, saying, “We do not know
identities, but firearms have been taken by the police and will be sent to the
ballistics laboratory to see if they have been used in poaching before,” they
Rhinos have had a
rough go in the Sibuya province lately. Nine have been slain in 2018 alone,
including three in nearby Port Alfred, and one on the Kragga Kamma Game Park
near Port Elizabeth. It is a growing problem: Over 7,000 rhinoceros have been
killed in the last decade, after reaching a low of just 13 poached in 2007.
The slain Sibuya
poachers may have evaded justice, they simply failed to break the laws of nature.