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Zimbabwe / Lions' Death #1087426

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 01, 2015
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(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Zimbabwe's suspension of hunting game after the shooting of a popular lion, Cecil, noted.

(Washington: Jericka Duncan) The impact of the shocking death of Cecil on how big game is hunted in Zimbabwe examined; photo shown of Dr. Walter Palmer, who killed the lion. [Safari Operators Assn. president Emmanuel FUNDIRA%- talks about the crackdown.] A statement from Palmer's guide Theo Bronkhorst@ about the trophy lion quoted. [Cornell law professor Jens David OHLIN%- talks about the extradition process & whether Palmer is in hiding.] The deep criticism, of Palmer explained.

Quijano, Elaine;
Duncan, Jericka

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