A rhino poacher was trampled by an elephant, and his remains were proud of the lions, officials of the Kruger National Park said. with a group at the South African Reserve on Tuesday when he was trampled by an elephant, according to Letaba Herald. Four more hunters were arrested on Wednesday.
Poachers told the man's family what had happened. Relatives then called the park's officials, who began to seek the restoration of his remains. The male skull and a pair of pants were restored on Thursday. It is believed that the pride of the lions has been eating a man after he was defeated.
Park officials offered reservations and sympathy for their seven husbands. This is evidenced by many dangers and the incident, "said Glenn Phillips, who heads the national reserve. "It is very sad to see how the daughters of the dead mourn the loss of their father, and even worse, only the ability to restore very few of his remains."
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