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Suspected Poacher Eaten By Lions In South Africa

Police say the animals ate much of the man's body and he is yet to be formally identified. They believe he was a poacher because a loaded hunting rifle was found near the remains.
The man was killed near Kruger National Park. Here, a lion and lioness walk along a trail in that park in 2010. Source: Cameron Spencer

South African police say a suspected poacher was eaten by a pride of lions at a big game park in the province of Limpopo.

The animals "ate. "It seems the victim was poaching in the game park when he was attacked and killed by lions."

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