Leopards are critically endangered in the region. The penguins are artificially being kept on a partially fenced areas due to their fish sources being over-fished. Manage the latter, and manage the zoo you have created! Don’t threaten completely natural behaving carnivores operating normally in its own natural habitat.
‘If CapeNature are so concerned, they should get guards and fence your area, and not just jump at removing leopards behaving normally.’
So Cape Nature is at it again, threatening the life of a leopard. They are planning to remove a leopard for catching penguins in Betty’s Bay, Western Cape!
Please click on this link if you are not sure what or who CapeNature is…. http://www.capenature.co.za/about-us/
This is again a disgraceful action by this conservation agency! What is a leopard suppose to do?
I urge you to please send in your objections to firstname.lastname@example.org
You don’t even need to be a South African citizen to make a difference. Just simply the numbers are needed to illustrate to CapeNature what they are doing is not ethical.
We have been agitating since last week to prevent the demise or removal of a leopard in Betty’s Bay. A flurry of press releases by CapeNature have been aimed at damage control and to deny them wanting to remove the leopard. We had three people connected to…
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