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Zimbabwe / Lion's Death / Lion Family / A Discussion #1087392

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 31, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The investigation into the killing of Zimbabwe's beloved lion Cecil by American dentist Walter Palmer reviewed; details given about the status of Cecil's cubs.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Johannesburg: David McKenzie) The survivability of Cecil's cubs & offspring who are currently being protected by Cecil's brother, Jericho, & how the lions are being tracked to study the effect of hunting on the lions discussed; scenes shown of the lions.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The outrage directed at Palmer & the possibility of his extradition noted; protesters shown. Live discussion held with Columbus Zoo's Jack Hanna & CNN legal analyst Danny Cevallos about the issues. [HANNA - talks about lion populations; says there has to be a serious legal consequence.] [CEVALLOS - talks about extraditable offenses between the US & Zimbabwe & international law; outlines a possible US law against Palmer, the hunter.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
McKenzie, David
Duration:
00:08:30

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